rising sea levels

I went back to photograph this scene this afternoon with a medium format camera, only to find that it was nothing like it was yesterday afternoon. All the sand, that had provided a balance to the rock in the picture, had gone. We are talking a half a metre of sand that had been washed away by the tide and several levels of rock had been exposed. I was stunned.

moss+rocks

This only confirms to me this kind of global weirding scenario. As I walked along the cliff tops to the beach I could see the sea was swirling around locations on the foreshore that I often photographed in–they were inaccessible.They were surrounded by water and waves crashing over the top of them.

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