The straw and the stubble, not far form Winchester in Hampshire. There is a murder of crows in there too :) I have a new engine in my poor 50cc ( The "mighty Chariot 2") scooter and I was running it in, riding very slowly when I saw this scene.
Rocks balanced on Arch Beach on Alderney. Fort Corblets is in the background. For reference the bottom rock is about the size of my thigh, and, as these are a form of granite ( technically granodiorite ), it was very heavy, and it would not have been fun if it fell on me whilst I was doing this :)
#alderney #corblets #zen #rockbalancing
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