Sunday, August 6, 2017

Sand and rocks on beach at Evangola State Park

Towards the end of July, we visited the Buffalo/Niagara region in New York and Canada. One of our excursions included a trip to Lake Erie. I was so excited about this since I'd never actually seen any of the Great Lakes close up (only a distant view between two homes years before). We spent a few hours at the beach. One of the notable things I saw was the sand and rocks. The sand was an interesting color and many fascinating rocks were washed ashore.

I got down low to get a closer look at the sand and rocks

A cropped image of the above photo

Watching the water wash up against the rocks
These rocks were all along the shore, but once you went into the water, it was all sand

Watching the water flow over the rocks

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