Tidal creeks in salt marsh, Elkhorn Slough (aerial), Monterey Bay, California, Frans Lanting

Tidal creeks in salt marsh, Elkhorn Slough (aerial), Monterey Bay, California, Frans Lanting

Paine's creek flats- the brewster flats are some of the widest in the country at low tide

Paine's creek flats- the brewster flats are some of the widest in the country at low tide

Cape Cod Salt Marsh quietude photography at Bells Neck near Harwich, MA by New England and Boston based award winning nature photographer Juergen Roth. The Herring River winds through a beautiful field of marsh grasses. Bells Neck is absolutely stunning and views are not obstructed through manmade structures. The location is easily accessible by car and off Route 28. The road turns into a dirt road and the vista in this picture is from the auto bridge.

Cape Cod Salt Marsh quietude photography at Bells Neck near Harwich, MA by New England and Boston based award winning nature photographer Juergen Roth. The Herring River winds through a beautiful field of marsh grasses. Bells Neck is absolutely stunning and views are not obstructed through manmade structures. The location is easily accessible by car and off Route 28. The road turns into a dirt road and the vista in this picture is from the auto bridge.

Sunrise over the marsh in Savannah, GA. It is the marshes that make me want to move to this area or the NC/SC coast.

Sunrise over the marsh in Savannah, GA. It is the marshes that make me want to move to this area or the NC/SC coast.

Sailboat in a salt marsh in Cape Cod Bay, Cape Cod, Massachusettes; photo by John Greim

Sailboat in a salt marsh in Cape Cod Bay, Cape Cod, Massachusettes; photo by John Greim

Ebb and Flow:  Blakeney Salt Marshes, Norfolk.    The salt-marshes are fragmented with hundreds of little creeks than run through it. They flow into a tidal river that runs out to sea and here it forms the estuary.  The early morning sun heralds the dawn with its orange light breaking through the dark clouds of last night.

Ebb and Flow: Blakeney Salt Marshes, Norfolk. The salt-marshes are fragmented with hundreds of little creeks than run through it. They flow into a tidal river that runs out to sea and here it forms the estuary. The early morning sun heralds the dawn with its orange light breaking through the dark clouds of last night.

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