Went to Chesterman's Beach for a day during the last long weekend here and I walked out to the islands that join where the beach curves out to sea. I'm sure many of you have been there.
I chose to focus on the "life" clinging to the rocks and how harsh the environment is there. Plus, I found these wicked super green pools of what looked like slim water or radiator coolant. I think it was just algae water, but either way, COOL COOL COOL!
EXIF intact, C&C welcome of course, and the full gallery can be seen here:
1) Green grass outlines a green pool of water.
2) Sparse bits of grass and life poke from the once active lava rock.
3) I loved the way this grass looked like it was in motion even when it was still.
4) Found these red flowers fairly quickly as they stood out brightly against the bland rocks and they're the only red flowers in the whole area too.