10 thoughts on “Sound at Sea Level

  1. That’s quite a pile of shells – does this tend to happen more in fall and winter? We’ve had huge piles of kelp and other seaweeds wash up lately with windstorms but they have annual cycles anyway – they’ll start all over again next year.

    1. I don’t believe these piles of shells vary much seasonally. As you probably recall, there used to be similar piles of eelgrass on our beaches but that has changed dramatically as the climate has warmed.

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