Winter at the Beach :: Rocks

Rocks, pebbles, or how I always think of them "les cailloux". The beaches at the PEI National Park were filled with rocks spread apart. On closer look, I noticed that many were propped up on tiny mounds of sand. The wind had shaped these little mounds perfectly. 

Nature is magical, isn't? 

Which photo is your favourite? Mine is the second one!

This is the third post in the Winter at the Beach series. Click here to see the other posts. 

This post is part of the Outdoor Hour Challenge Blog Carnival hosted by Barb at Handbook of Nature Study Blog.  


  1. AWESOME! My favourite is the third. Almost looks like a different planet. :)

    ~ Christine xo

  2. I think I like photo #3 the best. It reminds me of that scene from Pirates of the Caribbean (#2? #3? At World's End, anyway) with all the rock crabs.

    I'm enjoying this series! Shared on Facebook.

  3. that is just amazing! the second is my favorite, too!

  4. I like the last one. :)

    Loved this series of posts Alex...and the fact that you were out there in the VERY cold weather to experience your winter beach. I would love to have you enter this in the OHC Carnival and feature one of the photos.


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