Saturday, June 27, 2009

What Low Tide Looked Like



We have more sunny days in December than any other month, and the most overcast days in June. My mom joins me one morning every week for a walk on the beach, clouds or sunshine, and there's always something new to see and something new to talk about. The tide was so low yesterday morning that the flow of water from the lagoon had receded to such an extent it left behind a pie crust edge of sand and a field of cobblestones, shown above.



This little crab had the run of acres of sand, all to himself.



Reefs normally submerged were revealed.



No telling how many miles and years this worn old rock has tumbled up and down the coast and in and out with the tides.

2 comments:

High Desert Diva said...

Just one of the many things I love about walking on the beach....each day it looks a bit different.

Tracy said...

The sea/beach in all seasons offer something different and unique...These photos are breathtaking in their wonderment of a beach moment. Happy Days :o)