There is always something happening on our beach. Last Friday and Saturday there were hundreds, maybe even thousands of dead Atlantic Saury on the beach. The Saury, a silver needle fish, generally migrate south at the first sign of Fall and we think they got caught in the bay when the cold front came in. I was worried that before too long the smell would be horrid but the ever present seagulls had a veritable feast!
Though the day started cold and grey, by the afternoon the sun started to peek through the clouds giving an interesting atmospheric effect.