Art on the rocks – Part 2

The other side of Barbados.

In a quiet and unvisited area on the south east coast, there’s a spot with lots of different types of rocks. Come to think of it, when you walk along any rocky areas along the coasts (mostly south east to north) you’ll find a collage of textures and patterns etched in stone.

It’s about a 100ft climb down from the pasture, navigating marly paths to reach the plateau by the edge of the sea.

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swirly patterns like a maze on the rocks
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each stone has a different texture
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one of many sea fans washed ashore
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at the water’s edge. Razor-sharp rocks (on left) outline the border between ocean and land. The rocks on right are lined with a chalky type of stone
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finely defined lines etched into rock, where mini barnacles cling
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small uniformed grooves  and a random icy patch
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indents like honeycomb
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a salt-burnt sea fan, piece of limestone and one feather-light white rock
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barnacles clinging to the floor of this pool, and an abandoned crab shell
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Fishing Adventures

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Hi, I'm Indra, blogging from Barbados. Here you’ll find content tips for your creative career, refreshment reminders for everyday life, and nature views from around the island. I'm a writer, singer, blogger and publishing consultant who now works mostly from home after pressing pause on a life of travel. On a quest to grow more grateful each day. As a teen I almost gave up on life; now as a woman saved by grace, I'm living joyfully with purpose and encouraging the overwhelmed through words and music. Thanks for joining the journey, and remember to follow 'Joy within' blog for firsthand updates on new posts.

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