There are two occasions in the Bible when God miraculously parted the waters: the more famous Exodus account (Exodus 14:21ff), and the lesser known Joshua account (Joshua 3:7ff).
The Exodus account gets all the acclaim, primarily because it was none other than Charlton Heston standing at the banks of the Red Sea majestically holding his staff over the water. Thus far, the best we have come up with to portray Joshua is a cucumber from Veggietales.
Still, both miracles fall into the category of “something that doesn’t happen every day.” Both go against the laws of physics, Both defy explanation. And both result in making a way for God’s people, sending them from the old into the new.