Penobscot Bay, 01/07/21
2.5″ by 3.75″
The coast of Maine is really special, with countless islands, pocket beaches, and rocks rounded by crashing waves and 10ft tides.
This piece of art is from a place where an island is connected to the mainland at low tide by a large bar of sandy beach. At high tide the water rises over the beach and the island is fully separated by choppy seas.
I got to sit and watch the transition from beach to ocean, from two pieces of land connected by sand, to two pieces of land separated by water.
A magical transition, happening daily for hundreds of years.
Nature is cool that way.
Image Description: Sandy beach, blue water and sky, black island and rocks, white sun clouds and lens flares.
45 in stock