18 April 2012

Outdoors Wednesday - Pelican Point, N.S.W.

Location: Pelican Point, at the southern end of Soldiers Beach, N.S.W.




a common seaweed known as Neptunes Necklace






if you keep on walking around the beach you'll make it to The Entrance.  That's where I'd taken the photos of the pelicans 





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10 comments:

Linda said...

Great photos - I absolutely LOVED your last one! So clever...

TexWisGirl said...

i like the rocks and the water wearing into it.

CameraCruise said...

Beautiful shots from this wonderful place.

ShySongbird said...

Lovely photos! So nice to see your beach views. I live in a landlocked area and haven't seen the sea for a long time, it is a minimum three hour drive to the nearest beach!

I enjoyed seeing the sea birds on the previous post too especially the lovely photos of the Crested Tern. I loved that little Superb Fairy Wren too and what a great name it has :-)

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

I like the way the water finds its way into the rocks and makes little pools. And I love how you wrote your blog address in the sand.

Jan Castle said...

Pity the poor little critter who might be trapped in the rock filld with water...hope it does not evaporate before more water comes in!!!! Love your sand signing!
Jan

Nadege, said...

Nice collection, I like the 'Necklace' and the sand writing.

heyBJK said...

These are really unique photos, Carole! I love 'em! And you get extra credit for the last one! Very clever!

Pam said...

I agree whole-heartily with Brian's comment above, Carole.. I enjoyed your lovely beach scenes.
We have a similar beach here, when the waves roll in they shoot through holes in the rocks creating a water spout.

Julie said...

Love that you can walk along the beach. I don't do nearly enough of that. Do lots of footpath walking though, but hardly comparable.