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Mont Saint-Michel: View From the Top 9

Posted by
Daryl Johnson (Worcester Park, United Kingdom) on 18 February 2011 in Landscape & Rural.

Bulldozers sweep away the sand and mud that builds up on the causeway at high tides, in order to provide parking space for the many tourists visiting Mont Saint-Michel.

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Ronnie 2¢ from Atlantic Shores, United Kingdom

Amazed at the way this looks . . the cars give this scale, too.

18 Feb 2011 7:36am

@Ronnie 2¢: Cheers Ronnie!

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States

I see where they have moved mud in the bus parking area. Does the roadway stay dry at high tide? A cool shot, Daryl.

18 Feb 2011 7:56pm

@Steve Rice: Thanks Steve; I found this image of what it looks like at high tide (didn't see it myself unfortunately):

Michael from Chester, United Kingdom

A remarkable place, and very busy too. Is parking more important than the eco..?

19 Feb 2011 1:56am

@Michael: Hmm... I wonder Michael...!

Richard Standley from Carquefou, France

Wonderful. I like the diagonal here!

21 Feb 2011 7:50pm

@Richard Standley: Thanks Richard!

Japanalia from Yokohama, Japan

This means it's a constant Sissific work going out there.....As we have as difficult a piece of work to do here with all these swayings every day! Just had one quake, it affected mostly Chiba prefecture, but it did give a jolt,too....just for fun, you know...reminding us that it is havving fun with the poor little ants we all are in Mother Nature's bossom....

17 Mar 2011 12:47pm

@Japanalia: Gosh Gabriela... your nerves must be frazzled at this point...