Rocky Point Golden Tide by Keith R Wahl, Made From RI Gallery

January 13, 2021  •  Leave a Comment

Have you ever sat and watched the tide come in? It is a very relaxing experience in the 41-degree latitude. I have been to the Bay of Fundy where the inbound tide arrives in a rush and a crash. Here in Rhode Island, the incoming tide is relaxing slow yet quick enough to observe.

In this case, we were standing at the beach at Rocky Point in Warwick Neck, Rhode Island. There are unique conditions here where Narragansett Bay's east and west passages meet. Stir in the setting sun and we see flowing liquid gold.

The quiet view of golden flowing water produces a sense of calm.

Rocky Point Golden Tide 1

RockyPointGoldenTide_1_20210109_850_3851Rocky Point Golden Tide 1The tide slowly comes in at sunset on Rocky Point Beach, Warwick Neck, Warwick, Rhode Island

Rocky Point Golden Tide 2

RockyPointGoldenTide_2_20210109_850_3859Rocky Point Golden Tide 2The tide slowly comes in at sunset on Rocky Point Beach, Warwick Neck, Warwick, Rhode Island

Rocky Point Golden Tide 3

RockyPointGoldenTide_3_20210109_850_3862Rocky Point Golden Tide 3The tide slowly comes in at sunset on Rocky Point Beach, Warwick Neck, Warwick, Rhode Island

Rocky Point Golden Tide 4

RockyPointGoldenTide_4_20210109_850_3864Rocky Point Golden Tide 4The tide slowly comes in at sunset on Rocky Point Beach, Warwick Neck, Warwick, Rhode Island

The tide slowly comes in at sunset on Rocky Point Beach, Warwick Neck, Warwick, Rhode Island

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