A walk on the beach


One of the life lessons I have learned the hard way is to slow down, and enjoy poking about on a walk on the beach. Maybe it’s more like a lesson relearned as I somewhat doubt that I had any pressing issues that would cause me to look at the beach, and then head off in a hurry.


I love ocean beaches as they are ever changing, reshaped by tide, waves, storms, and unfortunately in some cases by humans.


Bits of plastic and rope and other detritus from the Bay of Fundy lobster fishery – it’s all over the place and there is a lot of it.


Slow down… that’s my advice.

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