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Day 63: Tidal Feet

Arriving at Pongwe Beach Hotel is a bit like stepping off the edge of the earth and into a dream.

The ocean shifts its shape and with each receding wave reveals another treasure; a polka-dot shell, some brightly coloured coral, tiny hermit crabs, purple spiky urchins, sand pipers and sand dollars (known here as pansy shells). 131 more words

My Feet In 2015

Hard and Soft

Seagull on the rocks at the tide pools at Point Loma. I just kept being hit by the contrast of the dark hard rocks and the white soft water with the seagull bridging both.


Road Trip! Fitzgerald Marine Reserve

I combed. I scoured. No octopus.

It was midday and the sun was bright, without even a wisp of a cloud overhead. The shy, nocturnal octopus likely wouldn’t be making an appearance. 616 more words


Red Clouds and the Orb - La Jolla by Steve Skinner via Tumblr

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Sunsets: Breathtaking Nature Red Clouds and the Orb – La Jolla by Steve Skinner via Tumblr

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Dreams by stewartbaird on Flickr via Tumblr

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Beauty of Nature & Wildlife Dreams by stewartbaird on Flickr. via Tumblr

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Places starting with C: Coogee tidal baths - Ross Jones Memorial Pool

A few weeks ago I wrote about the scenic tidal pools from Bronte to Coogee in Sydney, Australia.  I have two pools to go and today its the Ross Jones Memorial Pool. 124 more words

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In which we may have prolonged the lifespan of a school of fish (by 30 minutes at most)

So it was just another night in the apartments — I was lounging on the couch skimming through the never-ending stack of scientific papers due tomorrow with Luv Delux on full blast and rocking my hot pink Paul Frank jammies — when Jessie burst in, and announced that we were going to give tidal pool exploring a second shot. 927 more words

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