Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Thank you KVAL for the pictures. Shore Acres Park
We Love going to the Coast this time of year. The "Spring" gravity pull as it is called happens, and it is truly something to see. The greatest extremes between high and low tides tend to occur in November & December, when the moon is closest to the Earth. Tidal extremes usually come when the moon is full or new. At these times, the gravity of the sun, and the moon, pull the waters of the Earth's oceans in the same or opposite. I have to say, it is pretty phenomenal to experience in person!

1 comment:

dkuroiwa said...

I yearn to sit and listen to that sound. the power that comes with that is energy into my soul. there is a place a couple hours away on the coast that has 7 caves and the waves crashing into the side of the cliffs is amazing. i've seen hula dancers on the cliffs of hawaii, dancing for the Gods...when I go to that place here, i understand the true feeling those dancers are experiencing.