Friday, September 01, 2006

Seascapes, Ferryland

While in Ferryland on Tuesday, the seas were unusually high for such a beautiful day. Of course I didn't complain because it was a great opportunity to capture seascape photos.

I am attaching 4 photos of different points of land in the Ferryland area. You can see how high the waves are when they hit the land. No wonder nothing grows on these cliffs. For hundreds of millions of years, waves have been beating against the rocks that form the coastline, slowly forming the cliffs and islands that we see today.







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