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Uploaded: 09/17/21 10:54 AM GMT
The Great Rift
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There is so much moving and changing along the shore. It is not only seawater beating against the sand but freshwater is moving from the land underneath. At this beach, The Head of the Meadow, In Truro MA USA, the configuration can change day to day, and year to year, depending on weather and the tides. Seeming ponds and rivers open up. A shipwreck from the 1870s appears and disappears. There is so much water and sand moving around that this area is known historically for its shipwrecks that got caught under shifting circumstances.

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::Nikoneer
09/17/21 6:29 PM GMT
Fascinating shapes and textures here, Paul, as well as your narrative on the history of shipwrecks and the effects of different sources of water.

-nik
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::corngrowth
09/18/21 12:49 AM GMT
Paul, I've learned and found that the coast is not static but dynamic. Your photograph and narrative are an excellent example of this. The interaction between the tide and the weather means that there is always something new to discover there. In addition, because of its vastness and the relatively difficult accessibility, it is a place where one can relax. I love to be on the beach, in almost every weather condition!
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