Greyfriars Bobby – a capital landmark
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Sea Lions, Chile
Last month’s prompt was a path bordered by lush green gunnera. It was relatively peaceful, although one or two of you found sinister thoughts along the disappearing pathway and into the hidden areas beyond.
I took October’s prompt, above, while on a botanical trip to Chile. It was perhaps my favourite outing of the whole expedition and the island in the picture is part of the reason.
It’s an island – and like JM Barrie, I’m mildly fascinated by them.
It’s covered in sea lions.
The scene is full of life and energy. The sea lions fought an ongoing struggle to get out of the boiling waters among the rocks and onto the island. It was mesmerising to watch.
Sorry you have to take my word for the sea lions. My camera isn’t strong enough to show them in detail, but they are there.
How does the prompt affect you? Care to share any piece with us?