3/3/14

rocky coast


I think this part of the coast is fascinating with its lava flow lines and rocks. On the other side of the sea wall (photo below) is a great sandy beach.



15 comments:

eileeninmd said...

I love to check the tidal pools, when the tide is low. There may be all kinds of lovely sea creatures and plants. Lovely images. Have a happy day and enjoy your new week.

Forest Dream Weaver said...

Interesting to see land around the world......different and yet so similar......love the colour of your sea!

Have lovely week,
Ruby ~ Starry Universe

SmilingSally said...

Hello Betty,

I like the blueness of your sea too.

I'm looking forward to reading your comment on my blue dinosaur post. Please come back.

Happy Blue Monday!

Sharon Wagner said...

You never know what will turn up when the tide recedes. Rocks, sand shells...dead fish. It's a crap shoot!

Cottage and Broome said...

I always love seeing what is happening on the other side of the world. Winter here cold and frozen! Nice shots, Laura

jeannettestgermain said...

I recognize this lava rock, also on our beach close by here! Often people around them at the low tide to look what the sea has left. Have a happy week!

Alexa T said...

So good to see these fantastic pictures... a mixt of rocks, blue waters and a little bit of green!! Have a Happy March!

Lady Lilith said...

It does look really interesting. I am sure it is stunning to have visited.

Neesie said...

I adore New Zealand and visited both the North and South Island last year.
Its great to visit once more so thank you for sharing ;D
Waving from a sunny Bonnie Scotland

LV said...

I truly enjoyed my and one and only trip to your world, But never saw these sights.

ladyfi said...

What pretty scenery.

Anna-Karin Eriksson said...

I really like the rocks and the water together, nice photos!
//Scaniatjejen
http://www.scaniatjejen.se

Diana Taylor said...

Wow, what wonderful textures and shapes along that coast line. I love the little pools of water, I bet they hold some fascinating creatures. Thanks very much for stopping by my blog earlier - your comments are much appreciated.

Beatrice Euphemie said...

Looks like a fabulous place to go exploring! I love finding shells and sea glass. Hope you found some treasures. xo karen

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Tidepools are my favorite things to explore. I love this mosaic. It's neat to have the sandy beach close by too though...something for everyone.