The tides are the most pronounced at either a new or full moon, which is when you experience high and low tides. There are also two low-tide periods each month that occur during the first and third quarters of the lunar phase. Low tide means less water on an ocean shoreline, so it’s actually easier to walk around in certain areas. You’ll notice this if you visit beaches near New York City during these times! This makes sense because those days have no tidal pull from a gravitational body, while there’s more gravitational force at other phases where our atmosphere feels different as well (like earth). For example when we’re closest to the sun (perihelion), February experiences highs up to about 14 inches higher than the average. One of our favorite low-tide spots near NYC is Hither Hills State Park in Montauk, NY! You can walk out to a pier that’s over 100 feet long and you’ll find some really incredible fishing at this shoreline location. (We recommend taking a picnic lunch!) And if you’re staying overnight, there are many campgrounds nearby as well as cabins from which to choose. This makes sense because those days have no tidal pull from a gravitational body, while there’s more gravitational force at other phases where our atmosphere feels different as well (like earth). For example when we’re closest to the sun (perihelion), February experiences highs up to about 14 inches higher than

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