The Sea Blog

The beautiful fallen tree shown above lies by the Cape Fear River in coastal North Carolina.  Though its roots are missing, they may still be in the ground somewhere up stream, or along this very shore.  And they may be sending up shoots to arise again, at this very moment, as you read.

The intent of this blog is to share my interpretations of such things: distinct images in nature (this fallen tree), bases for human behaviors (our desire for stability), and processes in the natural world writ large (Rossby waves).  All are interminable sources of fascination, as well as woe.  Hence, The Sea.

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