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Its just a rock, and its just some dried seaweed, but there is great beauty to be found if you take the time to stumble across it. Bishop Creek, near Ogilvie.
At the beach – Wall Beach at low tide
Seaweed – you see a lot of it in many varieties on the beaches along Georgia Strait. You can eat it, use it for fertilizer, or just enjoy the patterns it makes.
An almost flat, gently sloping section of sandy beach becomes the canvas for some ever changing beach art that is created when storms create waves that dislodge kelp, and toss it upon the beach. Each piece is unique, and … Continue reading
Treasures from the beach – crabs, starfish, shells and seaweeds to look at…