Friday, January 23, 2009

Ice cakes in the harbour

You know it's finally winter here in Parrsboro when ice cakes start to form in our tidal harbour. At high tide they float and bump gently against each other; at low tide they crunch and layer on the mud. Here's a photo I took at the Whitehall bridge, just at the end of Main Street on the inner harbour.

1 comment:

Awareness said...

wonderful photo! Its not often we get to the Parsboro shore in the winter time, so havent seen the ice cakes...I bet they are wonderful to see. My husband's family is from Spencer's Island so I know the area well. I look forward to visiting your blog often. take care!