Moonstoning part II

I have found many different moods at Moonstone Beach, and it offers a number of different views.

Here, a time of extremely low tide offers views of several rocks that are rarely available…because they are at least waist deep in ocean water, even at the usual low tide.

You can see they are covered nearly to their tops in barnacles and other organisms.

This picture shows the looooong flat run of sand up to the shoreline. From where I am shooting, a good incoming tide will add over 9 feet of water!


This cluster of rocks is just to the left about 30 feet from the prior stack, and the pictures were taken less than 4 minutes apart!


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