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?

Hope you are all having a good week - link up and share it around!

17 comments:

Joanne Noragon said...

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

Bouncing Bertie said...

Lovely pictures!

stevebethere said...

Love the close ups especially the first one ;-)

NC Sue said...

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

Jessica Fiorillo said...

Lovely shots... Thanks for sharing! :)

Dominique Goh said...

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

Linda Blatchford said...

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

Masshole Mommy said...

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

craftyspices said...

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... :(

Terri said...

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

Cascia Talbert said...

Beautiful shots! Have a terrific day!

alissa apel said...

That looks like a fun place to find things!

Perpetua said...

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

Susan Cook said...

cool - I'd love to explore that tidepool

stopping by from bethere2day linky :)

Rhonda Albom said...

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

pixiedusk said...

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

JANU said...

Such diverse marine lives!