The Frozen Shoreline

A short visit to the beach says a lot!

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The ice is just starting to touch the shoreline, here I stand upon it.
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My Husband holding this poor Merganser that got caught up in the frozen waves with a hurt wing. We found him stuck in the sand and ice. May his wings be free of pain as he flies across the Rainbow Bridge.
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A frozen space between sand and ice.
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Frozen layers of sand lifting off of the ground with the ice flow.
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A wider look a the circles of ice forming along the shoreline.
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As far as our eyes can see.. Circles of ice multiply.. Like a magnificent array of frozen portals.. Dancing with the flow .. The waves in the under tow.. Whisper the sounds of swirling ice..

The ever changing shoreline blesses us with  the beauty of it’s changes! We never know what to expect when we go visit there which make the surprises extra special! I try to never go without my camera because one of my favorite parts of visiting the beach is taking photos!

I hope you enjoy the view as much as I do, with gratitude I love to share it with you ❤

Love, Tonya Marie

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3 thoughts on “The Frozen Shoreline

  1. Great photos! The distance between in between the sand and water is amazing. The Earth never ceases to amaze me honestly. I’ve been away from my blog for a while, but I’m back. Looking forward to re-connecting with all of my followers that are still around. It’s sad how many of them are gone or haven’t posted in years. I’m glad I found myself again. 🙂 ♥Cat

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