By the wind

Bass fishing Jim Hendrick

‘In the beach flotsam there are often strays from the surface waters of the open ocean, reminders of the fact that most sea creatures are the prisoners of the particular water masses they inhabit. When tongues of their native waters, driven by winds or drawn by varying temperature or salinity patterns, stray into unaccustomed territory, this drifting life is carried involuntarily with them’.

The Edge of the SeaRachel Carson

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