Mere feet above sea level, the countryside of western Prince Edward Island where we live is flat with gently rolling hills in some areas. As...
Wednesday, 22 February 2017
The latest snowfall created blurred lines between land and sea, making it difficult to distinguish where the shoreline ended and the ocean began. The land appeared to continue into the horizon, although sky blue provided some definition to the setting.
The beach is a meter from the trees.
There were human footprints on the bay. Animal tracks went down to the shoreline too. Another walker saw a fox on the ice, about fifty meters from shore.
Blurred lines make land and sea available to everyone.