A temporary blocking of the receding tide created lovely wave patterns in the sand.
“Sea flames”, as I call them don’t always form with the receding tide. I am not sure what the determining factors are, but whatever they may be, on a day last week they created lovely patterns along the lowering tide line. The simplicity of the sand pattern, shell fragment, and the light on the wet sand was mesmerizing for much of my walk.
Those of you who have been following me for a while know that I love finding repeating patterns along the tide line. Look closely at the pattern on the shell fragment beside the nylon rope. This was hard to focus … 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