Monday, 23 January 2012
Our World Tuesday - Point Lonsdale Rookpools
After being dumped around like a sock in the washer last time it was great to be able to do some snorkelling without wind, waves and the threat of hypothermia!
These wonderful rock pools are at one of my regular haunts, Point Lonsdale. Some of you may recognise the pier and lighthouse.
These pools were surprisingly deep in places, but at times I did feel (and probably looked) like a beached whale. They were also teeming with life.
If you ever get a chance to explore them you should! All you need to do is visit this place at low tide and it you go!
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Enjoy the pictures.
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What a beautiful place! I am glad you had some good time snorkeling and remembered to bring us back these Beauties!ReplyDelete
it looks beautiful!ReplyDelete
(re: your burn question, our counties regulate whether to implement a burn ban due to drought conditions. and, of course, you have to live outside city limits in order to burn at all.)
What a terrific place for exploring. A little piece of paradise Stewart!ReplyDelete
I have to say that it looks idyllic there. Lovely shots!ReplyDelete
Terrific captures, Stewart, and what a beautiful place! Sounds as though you had a great time! Have a good week!ReplyDelete
Looks like a beautiful place.
Looks like an interesting place to visit. Fun to read about your snorkelling:)ReplyDelete
Great looking area!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.ReplyDelete
Looks like a great place for snorkeling. My hubby would love to snorkel there I am sure. I would like to explore the rockpools. Wonderful photos, thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Beautiful shots, Stewart. I love Pt Lonsdale. All you have to do now is get an underwater attachment for your camera for some great bottom of the sea shots!ReplyDelete
I have just had a fascinating diversion as I looked up 'rockpools'. I have never tried snorkelling (what I am missing, eh?!!)ReplyDelete
It looks like a great place to snorkel, I hope the water was warm.ReplyDelete
Just the right weather for it too. Did you find any rock lobsters to take home or was it just a search and don't destroy mission?ReplyDelete
What beautiful captures, so serene and inviting.ReplyDelete
Besides the fact that it looks like a very beautiful place, you are so lucky that it is warm enough to go into the water !! I am freezing here in Belgium !ReplyDelete
Great view Stewart!ReplyDelete
Greetings from Holland,
Just read Gattina's comment above and am looking out of my window at rain, and wishing I could visit your beach and rockpools at Point Lonsdale! Lovely shots.ReplyDelete
I love the place, Stewart. I haven't tried snorkelling yet.Nice to know you had a great time.ReplyDelete
Tidepooling is a favorite activity of ours when we're on the Pacific Coast (in Oregon). Great pictures.ReplyDelete
What a beautitful place! Thanks for sharing part your world!ReplyDelete