The ice near to the shore here is known as "pancake-ice".
This is formed when slabs of ice that are forming are jostled by the
wind and / or movement of the sea. The pancakes of ice bash against
each other around the edges and start to curl upwards at the edges.
submerged ice joined with others into great sheets, the rubbery
green ice thickened, an ice foot fastened onto the shore, binding
the sea with the land. Liquid became solid, solid was buried under
Annie Proulx - The Shipping News
Paul Ward - Pentax equipment, 50mm
lens, 35mm film, K64.
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