Farewell Spit

Since Farewell Spit has a lot of land that is restricted to hikers, we took a four-wheeler tour bus to the end.

I will have more photos and information on my other blog in the next few days. Click here.

This is Cape Farewell.

 Our tour bus

The lighthouse at the end of the spit.

 The constant wind makes these tiny, great formations.

This is a view of thousands of gannets across the sand.

A fur seal scurrying away after the bus disturbed his nap.


Deb said...

how cool...can't wait to see more...

Sridharan said...

Wonderful pictures..!

Nordis said...

Very nice photo series

Helen Pigott said...

Wow some fab photos, a great memory keeper.
Coming to you via Java at Follow Friday 40 & Over.
Helen x

Brenda Susan said...

O my Goodness, these pics are so wonderful! I'm here from Friday Follow and love seeing other parts of the world!

Bibi @ Bibi's Culinary Journey said...

Breathtaking pictures....just gorgeous.

I am your new follower from Never Growing Old blog hop


cherie said...

Beautiful Shots. Found you through the Friday blog hop and am your newest follower. Will visit often.

Shelly - Tropical Mum said...

I have never seen anything like those peak formations in the sand! I have enjoyed looking through your lens today.

Following from Best Posts of the Week. Have a lovely weekend!

Arti said...

Beautiful place, well captured!! Loved those grew formations and also the shot of the bus!!
Have a nice weekend Betty:)

Yvonne said...

Simply beautiful!