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The sands shift and shift again

It starts like this, a lagoon where the creek meets the sea.reflections 006

Then a storm rolls in and the rain comes down, the creek floods and all hell breaks loose.between the storms

For a few days it looks like this, the channel dug by the storm waters sometimes reaching four or five feet high.creek meets sea

Then the waves roll in and the winds blow through and it's rearranged, all of it, in increments.
what the storm dragged in

The channel narrows.
creek mouth

Then it vanishes.sand moves

Until a tide like the one this morning breaks near shore, breaches the pond and fills it, even as it deposits the sand that, grain by grain, will seal it off and start the whole cycle over again.sand moves

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