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Stromatolites at Wai-iti Beach
They are sometimes covered over with sand.

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Kenneth Cole Schneider said...

Beautiful photo. That is a very interesting link about the stromatolites. Their record of the natural history of this planet is astonishing.

Lea said...

Very interesting forms and textures!
Have a wonderful day!

Taken For Granted said...

Stromatolites are fascinating structures that may be the earliest fossil record of the beginning of life on earth.

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

This looks amazing to see! It reminds me of Northern Ireland's Giants Causeway.

Lydia C. Lee said...

Interesting (great pic) will follow the link and then google - it's ringing a bell but my old brain is bringing up nothing.

roentare said...

These stones are incredible

Jill Harrison said...

we have these in Western Australia too. Is it warming up over there for summer - it is here. Enjoy your week and thankyou again for the linkup.

Veronica Lee said...

WOW! Those stones are something else!

Happy Wednesday, Betty

Suzana said...

Never heard about these kind of stones!
It's like a fictional place. They seem very smooth.
Thank you for sharing this place!
Happy WW and a fine week!

kwarkito said...

i've never such stones on the seaside. very intriguing

Amy Johnson said...

I've never seen anything like that before. So interesting. thanks for the party.

rupam sarma said...

Looks amazing, great click.
Thanks for hosting :)

Keith's Ramblings said...

A lovely picture. Living by a beach myself, I always enjoy seeing what others are like, particularly ones like this, thousands of miles from me!

carol l mckenna said...

Great beach shot ~

Wishing you good health, laughter and love in your days,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)


Thank you for hosting this Blog Hop :-)

Those seashore stones are interesting - I've never seen anything like them when we are on the beach. Kinda cool.

I enjoy reading the various posts; seeing and reading what people are doing. Thank you, again.

Debra | Gma'sPhoto said...

Thank you for hosting!
The stones are neat to see. Beautiful!
Take care and best wishes.

Kirsi schreibt said...

Interesting - I don't know anything about Stromalotitis, and now I google ;-)
greetings Kirsi

Rostrose said...

These stone formations look very fascinating, dear Betty!
All the best, Traude
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csuhpat1 said...

Wow, those are so very cool. Hope you have been well. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you have a wonderful week.