Thursday, January 6, 2011

Sunken Meadow State Park



It was a beautiful day today and I had some time to kill before my first assignment this morning. Enough to go for a walk along the north shore. One of the best parts of Long Island is the difference between the two shores. The south shore of the eastern end of Long Island is either the ocean or towards the west, the Great South Bay. The north shore is the Long Island Sound, and in some spots on a clear day, you can see Connecticut. While the south shore is sandy, the north shore is rocky. Today's photo was made in the Sunken Meadow State Park. There's a frozen salt marsh at the bottom of the frame.

 

4 comments:

S. Etole said...

very elegant and a beautiful blend of colors ...

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Lynne H. said...

I never knew Long Island beaches had such beauty.. I am getting a chance to see parts of these states and I thank you..

I love the softness of this picture..it almost seems to whisper...

JayPower said...

Amazing, you're definatly going places!