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Water Interlude -- Shoreline

I thought the greens and browns make a pretty tapestry. It amazes me how anything grows in stones.

We move on tomorrow.


  1. Fantastic colours! I allways pay much attention to this kind of life too.

  2. Nice detail. I guess this is a shore of a lake rather than the shore of the sea.

  3. Indeed, both the colours and the shapes and the sizes.

    Some look a bit like succulents.

    Okay .. I've pulled me tent pegs ...


  5. JM, yes I enjoy your attention to such detail.

    AB, yes the shore of a lake

    Julie, thanks for the link ... that shot is right up our alley.

  6. I thought succulents too, I really love those shots - life is everywhere!


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