Me-Now-Views; Less Speak More Peek

This week, a peek and poke around a rock pool at Toward Point.



































Rose quartz is strewn everywhere as is milky quartz.  

Lots of Pelvetia Canaliculata (bladder-wrack, top), Phycodrys  (right) and Ulva Lactuca ('sea lettuce' below)


























Another of the bladder-wrack...Ficus sp.







...then there's all the molluscs. Limpets, whelks, clams...

Some living.  Some not.

















































Is there anyone in the world who doesn't enjoy a 'guddle' on the shorelines of Earth?

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17 comments:

  1. They are beautiful finds. We pent time looking in stream and creek beds as children. Good finds there, too.

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  2. Love the close ups especially the first one ;-)

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  3. How beautiful! The variety of colors & shapes is impressive!

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  4. Lovely shots... Thanks for sharing! :)

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  5. Interesting shells and stones along the seashore. We seldom see such variety along our shoreline.

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  6. I'd be snagging those quartz stones. Those are beautiful photos.

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  7. Wow, such gorgeous stones. We have lots of rocks on our beaches here, but nothing quite like those :)

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  8. They are very nice...
    As a child we would go to the beach and find all types of shells, unfortunetlly now days there are not much as they are picked up by merchants... :(

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  9. Lovely. Now I wish I could play hooky at the beach!

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  10. Beautiful shots! Have a terrific day!

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  11. That looks like a fun place to find things!

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  12. WOW! I love the colours and shapes and the clarity of your images. Beautiful. :-)

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  13. cool - I'd love to explore that tidepool

    stopping by from bethere2day linky :)

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  14. Lovely. My favorite is the first of the two with the shells.

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  15. Interesting shots! I love the calmness of your photos here =) #WW

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  16. Such diverse marine lives!

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