South Shore Suite : Horizon Series I walk each day along the shoreline of the Atlantic Coast in Nova Scotia, Canada. There is a special quality of light here. It sinks into your soul and becomes part of how you view the world. When you live at the edge of a continent, the elemental powers of weather, wind, and wave strip away your sentimentality for nature. Here you feel the force of the ocean at night as it grinds the granite boulders into sand. After storms, whole chucks of shore will have disappeared. Hurricanes rip away wharves and deposit sofas...
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