Salt marsh… between land and salt water

A salt marsh is a coastal ecosystem in the upper coastal intertidal zone between land and open salt water or brackish water that is regularly flooded by the tides.

Tuesday, April 21, 2015 – Schillig, Wangerland, North Sea, North Germany

Salt-Marsh by Reinhold Staden

Salt Marsh by Reinhold Staden

4 thoughts on “Salt marsh… between land and salt water

    • This area is actually not empty. It is packed with birds, ducks, frogs, … It is like a belt of 100-200m width between North Sea and land. Like a different world on a different planet. You can hear the sound of the waves when you walk in this area. I think you would love this place. Thanks Francis. Reinhold

    • It is an area of 100-200m between the North Sea and the land. Packaged with birds, ducks and all sorts of small animals. If you walk through this area you feel like being on another planet. Thanks for stopping by.

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