Back at Booth canal. As the tide changes, the view completely changes too.
These islands of ice appeared as the tide rose.
What was a solid covering of ice east of the bridge an hour earlier, became a few ice islands (reflecting the incredible clear blue sky).
Here’s the scene an hour earlier just before the tide began to move in:
One more. I heard a cracking sound on the other side of the bridge and got there in time to see this reverse eruption as the ice collapsed around the top edge of this rock:
For Micheila and Bill who are leaving the ice and snow for a sunny warm spot where the Mexican Sonoran Desert meets the Pacific Ocean.