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Saturday, February 02, 2013

a coastal walk

It was a day of brisk temperatures and skies wearing a background of blue, a good day for a walk by the ocean (along the New Hampshire coast).

My first stop was driven by a desire to walk on the beach. Jenness State Beach allowed me to walk, to enjoy views of the clouds reflecting on the very wet sand and of the sanderlings quickly running along the water line.

Next I headed for a different kind of beach walk at Odiorne Point State Park. Rounded rocks line the "beach" creating a slippery sliding walking surface. Most of the rocks were dry but there was one section of rocks wearing a visible thin layer of ice.

rounded rocks wearing a thin layer of ice

More photos from this afternoon can be viewed in the gallery New Hampshire coast - 2013.