Snow Flows To Sea by Keith R Wahl, Made From RI Gallery
Observing the snow on the rocks points to the natural ebb and flow of the shore. In studying the snow, it appears as graceful flowing water. In a sense, it is.
While the tide is out at this moment in time when the tide comes in and there is a storm, water drums in on these rocks. Over time, the receding waves have worn these rocks as the water seeks its natural level.
The snow has acted as a natural paintbrush to highlight the wave action. The ice shows the natural pools that form. This freezes the scene in place as the dynamic of the clouds move above and the waves below.
Soon, winter will recede as the water has. But we have captured these wonderful frosty moments in the light of the late day sun.
(All photos are from our "Winter Scenes" Portfolio)
The snow on the rocks shapes itself as if water were flowing off the rocks to the water. At Black Point, Narragansett, Rhode Island.
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