~ Wordless Wednesday ~ Pacific Ocean Storm Surge ~


October 24, 2021 – View from my deck.
Long Beach Peninsula, Washington – USA
Near Clark’s Tree

Wishing everyone safeĀ travels. Please be kind and stay safe.šŸ¾

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4 Responses to ~ Wordless Wednesday ~ Pacific Ocean Storm Surge ~

  1. Joellene s skoog says:

    Beautiful stormy weather!!! Those waves are amazing…

  2. The first image looked at first glance like clouds. I guess your terminology ‘King Tide’ is what we call ‘Spring Tide’…… the name Spring has always bee confusing as they arrive every full moon.

    • Lindy Le Coq says:

      They are the same. I think we adopted the term King in order to differentiate these highest of tides from just spring to anytime the moon is either full or new and in Perigee. (Tides by Jonathan White is a comprehensive study – easy to read for all the technicalities!)

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