Something I like about winter beaches is that it is easy to find solitude. Sure, it may be cold, but that is part of the appeal. It encourages one to find inner tranquility more swiftly, focus on zen of blue space as an act of walking meditation.
I decided this year I would experiment more often with images and poetry using both photography and video. Here is a short video piece of the western Lake Erie basin in the winter, at the end of February, titled “Moon a’ piers.” It is from the shore of a little place called Luna Pier, Michigan, which is along one of the major migratory bird corridors on the north American continent.