Rock pools

We don’t usually frequent the “little” beach near home in the afternoon. As Queenie gets distracted when there are families and other dogs in the vicinity. By distracted I mean she doesn’t listen to a thing I say. Our beach walks, usually all off leash and are done in the quiet of the early morning and on more deserted beaches.

The recent high tides have scoured the northern end of the beach uncovering this much loved rock pool. When my husband was a boyhe and his brother spent hours playing here as did our kids. Hopefully the pools will still be here when the grandchildren arrive next month.

Author: mimfilip

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7 thoughts on “Rock pools”

  1. What a lovely spot Mim, it so reminds me a little secluded beach up north near where I once lived which had no road access where we use to walk and where my own personal sea eagle got to know me. My grandies loved it there also. I guess the school holidays will mean visits to many grandparents, as the Covid has certainly stopped it happening through the year. I can see you live in a very beautiful part of our country. 🙂


      1. No, it certainly contributed at same time when I went to Lord Howe Island in search of the Red-tailed Tropicbird, which I was seeking to see it fly backwards, this bird bacame and is the symbol for my website 😊

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