Saturday, September 10, 2011

Close up of rocky shore

This is a closer view of the rocky shore that I showed yesterday. This is not sand. It is a giant rock that has ridges from where the waves have carved little valleys in the rock.

At this little portion of the beach, I usually walk higher up on the sand, as it is easier than walking across this uneven surface.

This week we are showing photos of our favorite villa at Lake Como, Italy, the Villa Balbianello, on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site. It is a delightful place.

6 comments:

JM said...

What a great artist erosion is. Well spotted, great image.

Kate said...

I agree with JM...it has an artistic quality to it. Although it is much different in form and geology, it reminds me of the shore in places along Lake Superior...very rugged!

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

great image

Sharon said...

I too agree with JM. This doesn't look like the volcanic rock we've seen in other locations. Interesting.

Lois said...

Beautiful light and shadows!

Mo said...

Great textural image

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