The Fall season reveals sea activity in the form of ever increasing waves crashing ashore.More crashing waves.More crashing waves.More crashing waves.More crashing waves.More waves...and the presence of seals is now realized!More Fall seas.More Fall seas.Fall seas, seems to have a mix of oil or other pollutants mixed in with the water.More Fall seas.The seals arrive off the coastline.A comparatively nice Fall day on Shemya's east coast.Yet another nice fall day on the east coast side of Shemya...with waves washing ashore and vegetation flourishing nicely. Soon it will be winter, and all will be covered with snow.More Fall shoreline images, including waves and natural vegetation.More shoreline images, including waves and vegetation.A WWII gun emplacement located on the west side of Shemya. Aggatu and Attu can be seen off near the west horizon on nice days.The west side beaches of Shemya include large boulders that rattle together with the onslaught of fierce waves reaching the shore.Shemya, west shore. There really is a dock located across the water near the left side of the photo! These waves have kept our Cool Barge (our supplies) out to sea for around 10 days, during which time we ate powdered eggs, powdered milk, salted pork rolls!
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Shemya, west shore. There really is a dock located across the water near the left side of the photo! These waves have kept our Cool Barge (our supplies) out to sea for around 10 days, during which time we ate powdered eggs, powdered milk, salted pork rolls!