snakes n' ladders
Aerial view of some of the raised beaches on Southampton Island, Nunavut where this scrambled landform extends a long ways inland from present-day coastline.
Much of the Arctic's coasts are still !! rebounding from the removal of the last continental ice-sheet.
Throughout the past 10,000 years, the local tide was just enough to rework (but not erase) each and every emergent strand line. Today's skein of snow-enhanced strand lines courtesy of the spring thaw. Taken thru the window of a northern airline.