je trouve pas la traduction de "cape" ? mais l'endroit est sauvage et superbe
All fossils?! I love fossils. Give me a hammer and chisel! Kidding
I never tire of your photos of the sea.
Looks like a great spot on a nice day.
@Olivier: I think the french word for cape is 'cap' (i.e. Cap Ferrat).
Sounds like a place where close inspection might be fun!
I want to sit on the edge & read a book or dive off - Looks like a beautiful place to do either!
Like the perspective, with the high horizon and this amazing gradation from blue to earthly colours.
@Dina and Sharon: If you look at the top of the cliff you can see many whitish fossils. Darker ones are not so visible in this photo.
I'd like to sit out there too and just watch the water!
The water is so beautiful! I love the colors.
That is amazing!
Gorgeous place and I love your composition, really gives the feeling of being there, looking down into the water. I never tire of these shots either!Sylvia
Thanks a lot for passing by my blog.Your pictures and blogs are very niceBest regards from ArgentinaElisa
The evolution of our planet is so incredibly interesting. We have areas in the middle of the U.S., high and dry for millions of years, full of fossils from when they were underwater. Beautiful shot, JM!
Awesome view, can only try to imagine the age of such a formation...
Beautiful - the colour of the water is amazing! It's so different then northen seas I know:)
I want to be there! Such turquoise sea.
It's fascinating to see fossils buried within "walls" like this - the history! Beautiful scene too.
Too bad the sea temperature is not warm enough for me ...
The color is just fabulous
WOW. Amazing info! I love the colour of the sea :-)
So beautiful... I love the contrast of the sea with the land, and the connexion of all the living things inside each one.
The colors are amazing on this "cooling" photo. It is so hot on the Gulf Coast (USA) that we need such visual relief. Merci!
What a gorgeous view!Makes me want to go for a swim!-Dean
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