All photographs copyright (2003-2013) by Kris H. Light

The berm on a Sanibel Island beach after a storm. The berm is the where the average highest tide reaches on the beach. Because there had been large waves from a storm, there was a pronounced dropoff in the sand. Waves move the sand around a lot each ye...
The berm on a Sanibel Island beach after a storm. The berm is the where the average highest tide reaches on the beach. Because there had been large waves from a storm, there was a pronounced dropoff in the sand. Waves move the sand around a lot each year, bringing it in at times and taking it back out to sea at other times.

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