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For Prompt Storm 15, Megan calls for photographs of Rocks, Gems and Minerals. There were so really cool photos I wanted to share with you (in my head) but my library is not within my reach due to probably permanent technical difficulties. So, instead my contribution focus more on rock formation near the sea due to volcanic activity or sea erosion.
For your viewing pleasure:
1. Petite Piton [One of the twin peaks created by volcanic plugs in Soufriere, St. Lucia]
Relaxing Day via Yelhispressing
2. Seaside view near Flower Cave, St. Lucy, Barbados
3. Seaside St. Lucy, Barbados [an inlet instead of the direct pounding of the rough seas.
Did You Know
Hippopotamus have no sweat glands? To keep their bodies cool, they constantly splash in water and/or mud puddles. So folks they are not nasty, they have to deep all time to prevent dehydration.
Information from an episode of Animal Planet aired on the 4th of November, 2015.
BBC – Earth – The 14 most amazing bodies of water on our planet.
Earth is a stunner with her watery charm. I am sure the idea of infinity pools was a tip from nature’s charisma. Beauty!
Nestled in the hills of Chateau Belair ( a community hidden in the hills in South-west St.Lucia ), a scenery jumps at you, offered through the Tet Paul Nature reserve. An easy hike of 45 minutes boasts unobstructed scenery of the Pitons (UNESCO World Heritage Sight), Mt. Gimie (the tallest peak in St. Lucia), the environs of the South and South-west of St. Lucia and on a clear sky day, sights of Martinique and St. Vincent.
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