An arifact resulting from the interaction of tide water and shore ice. A high tide comes in and melts the ice left from the last tide, leaving interesting shapes and patterns. I was walking the dogs and came upon this cold heart with lacy edges. The horizontal lines were caused by rivulets of salt water flowing back to the sea.
Sony a6000, SE1670Z @ 56mm, ISO-100, f/6.3, 1/100, hand held.
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Gary, a fine find. The details in the chunk and the lines underneath work well together. Thanks for the salt water flow description, I started out thinking that this might be a chunk of ice on planks, but that’s clearly not the case when you look at the details.