Snow today, again. It is the 17th accumulating snowfall in the state this winter – really quite incredible for our region.
It is too bitter cold and blowing to go walk the tide line today; this photo was taken after one of the previous storms. Spring sure is taking its time this year!
You know that place where the tide ebbs and then retreats? Where the ocean leaves a so-shallow layer of seawater on the sand as it retreats to low tide? I now know that the salt water that is left there … Continue reading →
Deep snow drifts at the fringes of the tide line are transformed into icy chunks when they are hit by the ocean water. The patterns of the ice, snow and sand are almost fantastical. The tiny bit of purple coquina, … Continue reading →
The beach was glorious yesterday! Wind-waves of sand and snow on shore, and a wild ocean beyond the tide line. Along the edge of the water, the frigid air had frozen sea foam and creeping water in fantastic patterns. Yes, … Continue reading →