|Stripes on a large rock. With tiny barnacles in the cracks.|
Trying to imagine how this came about: a solid core was bathed in sediment, which hardened into a smooth coating, and now, after a pounding by waves bearing pebbles and alternately frozen and heated, the coat is peeling off. Just a guess, probably not quite correct.
|The snails like to bask in the sunshine at low tide, like tourists on a tropical beach.|
|A small clump of sea lettuce washed up, adding a touch of softness and colour.|
|Seaweed on rocks that are usually underwater.|