It’s no secrets how passionate I am about “the beach.” But what exactly is it that I find so fascinating? For me it’s all about I what find after taking in the view.
Last Sunday in West Advocate I discovered tide pools. I had not found any like this since I started roaming various beaches along the Fundy shore. Granted, they are vastly different from those tide pools I have explored along the coastline of British Columbia but, none the less, I had some fun jumping from rock to slippery rock trying to see what I could find.
My personal favourite is a sandy ripple beach. It’s still shiny from the receding tide but firm enough to walk on without sinking ankle-deep into red Fundy Bay mud.
This is the type of beach where I look for Sand dollars and still life compositions presented by Mother Nature. I could walk these sandbanks for hours!
The ripple formations themselves are mesmerizing.
Wishing you all a sunny Friday the 13th. May it be a great start to your weekend, Anna