Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Quoddy Beauty through the eyes of a Paleontologist

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The Salt Marsh is an Ellipsis

... we ... have a long history of respecting salt marshes, and of utilizing their resources for food and fibre. And now we recognize the marshes as natural filters, as nurseries for fish and other marine creatures, and as places where we can examine the boundless complexity of life.

More here: http://ancientshore.com/2009/09/28/saltmarsh/

Fireweed behind the barachois at Whale Cove, Grand Manan Island, New Brunswick.
Fireweed behind the pond at Whale Cove

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