Heading out to explore a few new tide lines tomorrow as an anniversary gift from my husband (Nova Scotia: the Bay of Fundy and on Cape Breton Island). I may miss a day or two posting. Enjoy your weekend!
“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.