The landscape of mountains, fields and even our towns is one that is relatively stable and slow to evolve. However, the repeated action of the tide and weather on our coastline provides us with an ever changing scene. Our efforts to withstand this evolution are often ineffective. Each new tide will slowly work at the shoreline’s weak points, relentless in its efforts to force change upon us, water is the most powerful force on our landscape. As the tide rises and falls the course of the coastline is continually being redrawn.