Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Blue Welsh Stone

I've had this picture for a while but every time I tried to adjust it, the central rock strata went blue. it was some time before I realised that this rock is blue and the camera recorded it perfectly well. This is on the Anglesey coast, not so far from Llanfair PG, where much Welsh blue stone is worked. Perhaps some geology experts will get in touch and explain more. This formation borders the beach in a bay favoured by walkers. I met a few people there and they were most helpful about directions. There was something special about the place, that made it easy to approach others. We were all accessible to each other, perhaps because most of us were on vacations of some sort or maybe just because this is a sacred place of much beauty. The rocks are both stable and unchanging.