For the duration of this notice, unless otherwise stated, all images have been trawled from my photographic archives... pandemic times have curtailed camera times!!!

02 August 2021

TAKE ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY SEVEN h


That bit of driftwood was so weathered into the rocks, it was almost part of them. At the bottom of the rocks are endless oyster seedlings... Hawkesbury River, NSW.

5 comments:

  1. I give you credit for a good eye with this one, YAM.

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  2. Driftwood is such a beautiful shade of gray and most pieces I've seen have taken shapes that tell their story.
    Look at all the oysters!!
    Hugs cecilia

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  3. it looks like it IS part of the rock. beautiful, my dad once fell on those type oyster seedlings and ended up at the doctor office with a 6 inch of stitches,

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  4. The driftwood does look like it could be a rock in the formation!

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