Sunday, July 17, 2011

below the surface

barnacles and seaweed on an old weir stake

One of the things I love about kayaking is the new perspective it gives you on the intricacies of the coastline - even along short distances - because you can paddle in so tight to shore.  Adding in an underwater camera on my recent paddles has given me another  fresh perspective of what's happening beneath the surface of our cove.  Normally you only get to see rockweed laying heavy and limp on the rocks at low tide.  Love to see it gracefully swaying in the current with sunlight streaming into the water.

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