Either side of Bowen bridge – posting 7 of 9

Quite quickly I reached the point directly opposite INCAT, while walking around Dowsing Point. I loved the  slabs of rock making up the shore edge. In particular I loved the fluorescent lime green moss/sea vegetation where exposed by the low tide.

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The various high tidal marks on a pebble beach left parallel rows of stones and empty oyster shells.

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20170125_110202.jpgUnderwater, and still attached to rocks, were the bottom half of oyster shells minus their tasty flesh.

 

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