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For all the warm summer evenings where the atmosphere was heavy and the light created a pastel hue.

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The horse shoe crab would roll itself up and let the tide take it in. Then, it would lay flat once it moved up the shore and near some rocks. Here is a link to their fascinating lives: Horse Shoe Crab

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This particular evening the water was really warm and there were quite a few people still swimming as the sun went down.

After noticing these pictures I never posted, it got me thinking about the contrast of weather. Currently it is so very cold and snowy.  I’m not yearning for summer, but it’s nice to know it will be here again.

 

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The first snölykta of the season.

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Tranquil Seavey Creek is a salt water marsh and stream in Northern Rye, New Hampshire, just next to Odiorne Point State Park. It fills up as the tides come in from the Atlantic Ocean by way of the Piscataqua River.

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