This is one of my favorite spots to paint on Campobello Island, especially at low tide. The spruce-clad ledges point off to the southeast, and at their feet lays a vast expanse of gravel and mud. The far part of this beach has blanketed by an intensely green marsh grass; it must be very tolerant to salt, as it is submerged half the day. I love this “glare” effect where the ledges are backlit, throwing the spruces into deep shadow–a wonderful contrast for that bright green patch.
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