The tremendous tidal change in the Bay of Fundy leaves marine creatures exposed during low tide.
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First glance? A log on the beach, tossed up by the wild winter tide. A deliberate look, though, reveals a complex composition created by sea worms, barnacles, wind, sand, and the blowing snow. Oh, and a small wanna-be reed. I … Continue reading
Creature from the Deep . . .
. . . imitating creatures from the land. Taken this summer, I have been saving this to post on Halloween. Always amazed to see what the ocean will create!
I am not sure how this survived the ferocity of the surf to make it to the tide line. I love how the fairly young mussel has found itself attached to something that is almost unidentifiable as once living. Barnacles? … Continue reading