One of the beaches that we went to when I first moved to Boston’s south shore is littered with large rocks. They are an odd sight on an otherwise normal shoreline and were certainly something of a curiosity for me, having never seen anything like them before. They are glacial erratics, rocks that are out of place in terms of size and shape for the other rocks found in that area and that were transported as part of a glacier. I’m quite taken with these as subjects for my photos, which means I’ll return frequently until I’ve had my fill. It could be quite a while.
On this particular morning I had been trying out some wider views. I walked away to see whether I could get an image of a single rock and as I walked back down the beach I saw the image shown above.