It’s time for another walk with Ice Swimmer and he has more incredibly beautiful rocks to show us today
Chapter 11 – Southwestern Rocks on Sunday, II
Here are two closer looks on the rocks. These rocks are quite close to the shore and so also waves and sea ice are eroding them. Water freezing in the cracks makes them wider year by year. The sea level was fairly low at the time, so these rocks may be under water when the sea level is higher.
This is a view of the shoreline. We are looking roughly south or southeast.
The rocks look much less smooth when seen in the against the direction of the flow of the continental glacier.
We are near the border of the southernmost tip of Harakka which is off-limits for humans. As you can see from the white triangles, we are on the path. We will stay near the border in the next installment.