At the base of the cliff I came across this fascinating sculpture last week. It reminded me of a pre-historic creature and as I approached I expected it to grow wings to take flight at any moment.
It took getting up close and personal with it to realize that ice and pink Bay of Fundy mud were responsible for the unique shape. The relentless tides had shaped the sculpture and I know I was one of very few humans to witness it’s presence.
We have had a lot of rain and above zero Celsius temperatures since my discovery. Coupled with spring tides due to the moon phase I am venturing a guess that this unique ice creature no longer exists. Magical Bay of Fundy, ever-changing and keeping life so very interesting.
Happy Wednesday, Anna