Thanks Patrick. Your awards, and encouragement are appreciated.
The island is volcanic, and the two main craters are very evident on the Google Earth image. It is a privilege to visit and explore and then through Panoramio to share the experience with you and the world, Berend.
This was almost as far as I was able to climb here, for the bush became rather dense and the rocks were rather large above this point. I was alone, with my camera, and when I returned I asked Margaret, "If I had got lost or fallen, where would you have guessed that I had gone?" Even she, with all her years of knowing me, couldn't begin to solve that riddle.
The short answer to your question is that she is looking for anything edible. Limpets, sea cucumbers, crabs and other crustaceans all can be added to the pot and the table.
I am glad that you are enjoying these images.
Thank you /merci beaucoup, Patrick. This is a very interesting plant and a special ecosystem.
I thought I was the learner and you the teacher of both art and science, Art.
It certainly gives me joy to explore the world through the travels and experiences of others.
You are welcome to use this image in your research paper, Chandrama. Citation might be
"Oblique Aerial Photo: Harvested Floodwaters flowing into B2 Storage, Cubbie Station, Queensland, 2013."
Please acknowledge as follows:
Photo: ©Ian Stehbens - Used with permission.
Fantastico! com um belo enquadre, diante delas te adicioar aos favoritas.))