Wednesday, 17 July 2019

Hawley

After Squeaking Point we headed around the corner to Hawley Beach.  When our children were little we spent some time here staying in a house during the school holidays in summer. 
Across from here you can see Bakers Beach back a few posts.






36 comments:

  1. Is the red on the rocks lichen? It looks vivid and beautiful.

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    1. Yes it is lichen David. Not as much at Hawley as there is at the Bay of Fires down the east coast.

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  2. Yet another beautiful spot. The red on the rocks really pops.

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  3. I think that you have showed that rusty coloured lichen on the rocks before - it is very dramatic.
    Your new phone camera takes great photos.

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    1. Thanks Rosemary. Yes, haves shown lichen on the rocks before but down at the Bay of Fires which is on the east coast of the Island.

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  4. Personally I'd say YOU take great photos. These are excellent.

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  5. Nada más que por ver esos paisajes, merece la pena ir hasta allí.


    Besos

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  6. I love rocky beaches. They're so much more interesting than just a stretch of sand.

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  7. Beautiful, the rocks coming out of water, superb.

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    1. Even when the tides in it never covers the rocks. Reasonably sheltered in that area.

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  8. What an idyllic spot for a family holiday then and now!
    Wren x

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    1. It is a wonderful place.
      The sons learnt to ride their bikes on that beach when they were little, ever so long ago.

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    1. Oh yes it is, it certainly was when we used to stay there and it still is according to friends there.

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  10. What a gorgeous place. I never seen red lichen before, it really stands out.

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  11. Wondeful photos, I wish to visit this place one day!☺

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  12. This is beautiful. I may have to visit.
    www.rsrue.blogspot.com

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  13. absolutely POETIC images dear Margaret!

    rocks in water are so inviting and water is truly soothing and gorgeous

    revisiting place after many years is astonishing some times as things are never like they were before

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    1. You are right Baili - things change and places change if only a little sometimes..

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  14. Great photos, always like the rocks and beaches.

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  15. Hey Margaret,
    Fantastic how you've photograph these beautiful places.
    Nice with the stones in and along the water. So nice!!

    Greetings, Marco

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    1. Thanks Marco, always nice to have a rock or two at the beach, breaks the monotony of all sand.

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