This spot has very quickly become one of my favourite photo taking spots. When we visited the day before, sand on the beach was still visible. There were a few branches by the shore that were covered in layers of ice, but as far as the landscape looking like a scene out of a winter wonderland, that wasn’t the case. I was in shock at how quickly everything froze over the next day. The water closest to the shore was frozen and just past that, small chunks of ice were floating in the water. If one listened closely, they would be able to hear the tinkling sounds of the ice pieces colliding with one another. The waves almost resembled slush as there was so much ice.
On the beach, there were thin shards of ice everywhere. It was so beautiful and I’ve never seen anything like it. The ice was so blue and so clear that if I didn’t know any better, I would have thought they were big pieces of beach glass.