The surf was calm on this day, warnings were posted to stay clear of black rocks that mark the high water line and watch for 'rogue' waves'.
Although there was a variety of green slime and small plants, I did not see sea-life in the ponds.The sun bleached the rim of the green mossy growth, forming a felt like pad.
Some rocks showed streaks of red, indicating iron. My camera did a good job of focusing through the reflective surface of the water.
This plant grew in pools near the tide line.I scrambled across the rocks and around to the other side ... here the fishing village came into view. Many buildings spark memories of images on postcards ...
This building was on its way to being reclaimed. It is amazing that the cedar shingles have survived 100 years.