Monday, February 05, 2007

Green Thumb Sunday - at the coast.

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These shots were taken on a cloudy day, during a late afternoon

walk around Broulee Island on the south coast of

New South Wales.

These rocks were like black honeycomb.

Anyone need shellgrit for their chickens?

There's plenty here.

Whale-like driftwood.

Just a bit too big to take home for the mantlepiece!

Enough water-worn stones to make an Englishman feel at home.

1 comment:

Kerri said...

Oh beautiful rocks....I could have such fun poking around in the rock pools for hours!
I think that shellgrit would be just what the Dr. ordered for keeping slugs away from my flowers. They don't like to crawl across sharp surfaces, like diatomaceous earth. So yes please, I need some!
Richard couldn't carry that piece of driftwood? :)