Ocean Sea Foam Covering Back Shore Road In Gloucester MA

Sista Felicia Photo


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8 Responses to Ocean Sea Foam Covering Back Shore Road In Gloucester MA

  1. I guess photo talent runs in your family: You, your daughters, your sista’ Felicia, and her Amanda. And it’s not just the shooting, but making an effort to take the photo and share it. Atlantic Road?

  2. Anonymous says:

    Ohhh I ran into that coming home too, but my car decided to go around that on some grass….smart car!

    • Fredrik Bodin says:

      Yes smart car! I never went out of my way to bathe my car’s undercarriage with salt water. Grass is much better.

  3. It looks like it is snowing

  4. Anonymous says:

    Yes it was taken this morning at 9:00 at the corner of Alantic & Grapevine… It looked like whipped cream….I have never seen anything like it…

  5. jose smoothtrax says:

    Could someone explain the ingredients of sea foam? Is there detergent in it?

    • From Wikepedia
      Sea foam, ocean foam, beach foam, or spume is a type of foam created by the agitation of seawater, particularly when it contains higher concentrations of dissolved organic matter (including proteins, lignins, and lipids)[1] derived from sources such as the offshore breakdown of algal blooms. These compounds can act as surfactants or foaming agents. As the seawater is churned by breaking waves in the surf zone adjacent to the shore, the presence of these surfactants under these turbulent conditions traps air, forming persistent bubbles that stick to each other through surface tension. Due to its low density and persistence, foam can be blown by strong on-shore winds from the beachface inland.

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