Tide in the mist, on the Dordogne (33). The tidal bore is a natural phenomenon that occurs during important tides. When the rising tide meets the water coming down the river, it creates a wave that turns into a wave on certain sections. This wave goes up over 150km inland (we are here near Libourne). At this place, the wave can be surfed more than 3 km, offering more than 15 minutes of uninterrupted glide.
Keywords used by Olivier Sorondo to describe this photograph: tide, surf, black and white, dreamlike, abstract, Aquitaine, Dordogne, vaporous, mist, fog
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