Rathtrevor Beach - Low Tide.
When we got back from the hikes on the second afternoon, we walked out to the beach again. I know, this is the 3rd post with photos of this beach. If you couldn’t tell already, I was just really fascinated by how far out the water receded and how gorgeous it looked with the pockets of sand and water! Apparently I wasn’t the only one though, as you can see from the top photo, there was a big wedding at the resort that weekend. They were out on the beach for awhile taking photos that afternoon.Those must have been so breathtaking shots.
Like many others there, we decided to walk as far out as possible, stopping now and then to look back at the resorts (where the line of trees were). Certain parts of the beach had receded more so than the others. It’s hard to tell from the photos here, but I think we walked a good 30 min and still didn’t quite get to the edge yet. The ocean floor was mostly packed, wet mud littered with open shells and seaweed. Again, this beach is probably a good feeding ground for the birds. In the mornings as the water slowly rolled out, I would see packs of seagulls standing on the tip of the exposed sand, just waiting.