Sea foam may appear when the surf is up at Ona Beach, where Beaver Creek flows out into the ocean. The foam can look like snow, creatures, clouds, and other ephemeral phenomena. Foam can give us a look at the invisible world of water currents and wind pressure. Waves stir up the water and inject air into a foamy exuberance full of joy. The foam moves over the top of the water in breezes and with the water, scurrying back and forth across the beach with incoming and outgoing waves and up and down the creek. Then as quickly as it comes, the foam can disappear as surf calms down and the weather turns mild and sunny.
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