« chasing icebergs in shoal bay | Main | intermission with tulips »

May 19, 2013


Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.


A stunning place, the edge of the world!


The edge of the world is beautiful! And I love your boots! Thanks for sharing your adventure.


Wow! Isn,t nature wonderful. From the tiniest droplet of water to a lichen covered rock....truly magnificent. Natures finest display at the edge of the world!


Looks like a fun place to visit. I've never heard of it and Googled it to find out where it was. Nice pictures! Looks cold!

Sonia / Cozy Memories

So many colors, so many textures ! I bet it felt & smelled glorious too ! So much excitement for all senses ! Thank you so much for sharing all these wonderful photos ! xoxo

Deb Cox

Margie you have a magical camera and obviously a very good eye. And you are still with us as you did not fall off the edge of the earth (-: Thanks for sharing yet again. I adore your blog, it makes me happy. If I knew you in person I am sure I would have the same feeling. Cheers and you enjoy the rest of the day.


Mmmm.... I can practically smell and feel the bracing sea air...


A really magical place you captured so well with your camera :)


So beautiful. I love how the little water droplets give a sense of scale, so tiny!


It looks ALPINE!! very pretty..but BE careful:)


Thanks for sharing your wonderful pictures, of your trip and always.

The comments to this entry are closed.


Blog powered by Typepad

Flickr Badge

  • www.flickr.com
    This is a Flickr badge showing photos in a set called handmade by me. Make your own badge here.

crafty crow contributor

Creative Commons