Trouble is, I hadn't. Hadn't posted any images that is. No idea why not. I mean, LOOK !
How could I forget to post pictures about such a marvellous outing ?
We went to the beach at Hall's Harbour on the same day we went to the "Jelly Bean Cottages" and Blomidon.
What do you mean I didn't post anything about visiting Blomidon or the Jelly Bean Cottages? Are you sure?
Never mind ...
Visits to cliffs along the Fundy shore must be timed very carefully. The icicles next to Sandy have been been trimmed neatly across the bottom by the recent salty, tide. Getting caught by the incoming tide, with no escape route, is not an option.
I had visited this beach last year with Amy and Mickie. During that visit, we explored the shore looking for minerals and interesting rocks.
This was my first winter visit, and I was surprised and delighted by the massive icicles. Some of them seemed to materialize from solid rock, making it easy to understand why the rock face is in a state of flux.
The shot below puzzles me. Why are the trees on the right, angled and not standing upright ? Has the ground recently heaved upwards ?
Water cascaded down the centre of the largest ice fall. I couldn't resist, and took a video which I posted on YouTube.
The beach is littered with the results of massive rock falls. For a sense of scale, find Trey, in the shot below.
Ready for a real challenge ? Find Wendy, who is a black dog, in this next shot.
If you're still scrolling down, hoping for images of Blomidon or Jelly Bean Cottages, I hate to disappoint you but ...