Creating a New Landscape

Unseen waves pound the edge of the shelf ice, spraying water 30 or 40 feet into the air - to further build the ice shelf. At times, there were 5 to 10 separate sprays of water in sight along the shore. It was an eerie afternoon, as we were the only humans around for miles, and the sounds of the waves were muted by the ice and snow. It was almost surreal to walk along the beach.


John C. Gill said...

Great photo. Who needs the arctic or the moon? We have the shores of Lake Michigan.

Brokecompsoul said...

That crashing wave almost looks like a geyser from the vantage point!