I went for a walk the other day. It was gorgeous, 75F, completely sunny. I get to a massive expanse of beach at low tide, the kind where the water is like, 1/2 and inch deep all across it. I absolutely ADORE beaches with low tides like that. I wade around, take pictures...then I look up and think....hey, there should be a water tower over there. And all of a sudden, out of nowhere, I'm engulfed in a fleeting but super chilly fog bank.
'Damn, it is cold!' and I run back to the shore (no easy task!) and the fog was nearly passed. But my sandals and feet were nasty and nicely soaked from sinking into what I could only explain by comparing it to quick sand but made out of half-dry and disgusting seaweed. Just try to imagine it for me. It was a cool experience in any case :)
I'll throw up the other beach pics later :)