OK, now even I am tired of this three days trip that's taken months to report.
Still, the beach pics are lovely....
My mother-in-law sees a heart, complete with veins and arteries!
Go ahead - click on it! A Sand Dollar is a work of art.
Looks like he's walking on water. Sometimes I think he does.
Click to see the colours better. Sublime!
Another artsy shot. I like to call it "Broken shell on sand".
Or "Shell that is broken, above sand that is underneath".
Whatever you call it, it's quite clear, isn't it?
Cliquez-la, s'il vous plait!
...and still another artsy shot: "Barnacles on Rock".
or, perhaps: "Barnacle Ghetto on Lithic Structure (based on the novel 'Push' by Sapphire)"
Sorry, couldn't help it.
Click on it anyway.
for they have promises to keep...
and foamy bits to sit and steep,
in artsy photo, very cheap!
Look at all the reflections of the photographer (me) in the bubbles.
A very slow stroll. OK stuck there, but waving a bit.
(But Dave is having a nap in the room, and misses the following spectacular scenes)
"Giant Rock in Winter Sun"
(subtitled: "What are those clouds doing in the background?")
Click, damn you, click like you've never clicked before!
Oh, oh oh, I am AGOG at this!
"Sun Behind Weird Cloud"