Last Of Sunrise And First Of Snow. Photography And Text By Keith R Wahl

December 20, 2021  •  Leave a Comment

Last Of Sunrise And First Of Snow

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Last Of Sunrise And First Of Snow 20211209 850_3621Last Of Sunrise And First Of SnowA sugar coating of snow on water eroded Rose Nulman Park land looking out at the last of the sunrise over stormy Rhode Island Sound in the southeast

There is a reason why we visit the ocean's edge in winter. This is where we earn the more pleasant seasons. This is where the Rhode Islander, the New Englander earns the shoreline of summer. And this is where we see what the casual visitor to the shore does not. The fire of sunrise, the gentle coating of snow, and the waves of cold and arctic smoke are yet to come.

If a Rhode Islander seems a bit possessive of their shoreline, there is a good reason. They have cared for that place when the others were not looking. They cleaned it. They took steps to prevent erosion. They came to visit when the shore was lonely and needed care in the rugged seasons.

Sunrise With Storm Moving To Sea

Sunrise With Storm Moving To Sea 20211214 850_3604Sunrise With Storm Moving To SeaA dusting of snow on the ground, viewing southeast at sunrise from Rose Nulman Park in Narragansett, Rhode Island

Where A Snow Dusting Meets The Water

Where A Snow Dusting Meets The Water 20211209 850_3620Where A Snow Dusting Meets The WaterA sugar coating of snow on water eroded Rose Nulman Park land looking out at the last of the sunrise over stormy Rhode Island Sound in the southeast

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