Kathleen Meyer-Longley captured these scenes of sea foam in her yard in Depoe Bay. Looks like snow, but is anything but. Sea foam is obviously a common sight along our beaches, especially during stormy conditions. As rain and snow swollen rivers bring down to the ocean more and more organics from mountains and hillsides, they collect just off shore. Big storm-driven waves mix them up, causing air to be trapped between them and voila, bubbles! Being rather light weight, they’re picked up by the wind and deposited all over the place as we clearly see in these photos. Thanks Kathleen!