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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Indra is a Barbados born writer, singer and publishing entrepreneur who started a blog that now reaches 30 destinations. She shares content management tips, refreshment reminders and interviews with creative entrepreneurs. The multilingual amateur gardener works from home after pressing pause on a life of travel. As a teen, she almost gave up on life. Now as a woman saved by grace, she lives joyfully with purpose, encouraging the overwhelmed. Follow 'Joy within' blog for firsthand updates on new posts, guest features and tropical vlogs.

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