Light: Gros Morne

Light: Gros Morne

It was late afternoon when we pulled into the campground near Gros Morne National Park on the west coast of Newfoundland. We had just enough time to get out and do part of the Coastal Trail. The low sun created textures on the water that reminded me of the poem, “The Eagle,” by Alfred Lord Tennyson that I had to memorize in eighth grade–it has the line, “The wrinkled sea beneath him crawls.”

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4 Responses to Light: Gros Morne

  1. John & Lois says:

    Amazing textures and tones.

  2. PC PHOTO says:

    Love low sun shots at the beach, nice to see you out and about!

  3. judiclark says:

    Nice poetry line and image to go with it!

  4. The only poem I remember from 8th grade is “I know an old lady who swallowed a fly”. I think Ron is starting to rub off on me…yikes!

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