Spent a delightful day yesterday revisiting the South West coast of South Australia in my very favourite region of our State - the Fleurieu Peninsula
(for some reason the images have loaded in reverse order!)
This was one of several grottos in the cliff face at Second Valley
The shoreline is covered with these flat pebbles, smoothed by the constant washing and tumbling of the ocean
An example of the unique rock formation in this region
This jetty is a popular fishing spot
The sun on this section of rock, momentarily made it look like gold !
These next few shots show the extraordinary colouring of the cliff face that has been eroded over time, revealing this beautiful artwork of nature
A coastal splash of colour - I believe these are Mesembryanthemum (commonly called "Pig face" - but I don't know why!!)
A couple of Pacific Gulls enjoying the day
En route to Second Valley, we drove through Normanville, where this kangaroo was just lazing around in a paddock adjacent to the road.
Our first stop on the Peninsula - for the inevitable coffee :-) - was Sellicks Beach
There's no doubt about it - you'd be hard pressed to better the spectacular beaches of Australia!
Praying that my fellow bloggers and friends around the world are managing to stay well and safe in these uncertain times. Many thanks to the team enabling us to participate in Our World Tuesday