Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Snowy Rocks

Madison, CT

Much of the coastline in Connecticut is very rocky due to the glaciers which reached this far south.  The action of these glaciers not only left behind the rocky coast line, but also formed Long Island to the south about 22,000 years ago.   I've photographed various sections of the coast in much nice weather but thought the snow covered rocks here looked good against the backdrop of the deep blue waters of Long Island Sound.  


  1. Beautiful. A very painterly scene.

  2. And cold!! The weather hasn't gotten much better since this photo was taken. Today's bad weather kept me home from work and we're expecting a Nor'easter late this weekend. Thanks for looking!