Bruny Island

I celebrated my birthday on Bruny Island, an island about 50 km long, which is more like a north and south island joined by a thin piece of land, named The Neck (pictured above).  There are only about 600 of the people kind of residents living on Bruny, the other residents being many rare and endangered plants, animals and birds.  Its natural surroundings display year-long art exhibitions.  Nature puts on fabulous art shows.

sandwaves and shell
This shell was embedded in the sand.  I swear I did not put it there for the photo.  I took this photo at Cloudy Bay Lagoon, Bruny Island.
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Isn’t this the coolest looking sand wave!!?  Cloudy Bay Lagoon, Bruny Island.
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more sand patterns at Cloudy Bay Lagoon
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a sand stream at Cloudy Bay Lagoon
sand bubbles
sand bubbles
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a beach necklace
white rock
natural rock art at Cloudy Bay Lagoon
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not so natural rock art at Cloudy Bay Lagoon
sea urchin
A sea urchin on display at the Quarantine Station, Bruny Island.

I had such a peaceful, relaxing and wonderful time on picturesque Bruny Island.  My feet walked over dramatic terrain,  my stomach was fed delicious Bruny Island food and the eyes were fed plenty of natural and people-made art.

Thanks for stopping by.  🙂

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