Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Tide Pool Close Ups

The white cliffs of the Alabaster Coast of northern France have inspired many artists, and it was tempting to just photograph those cliffs and not look up close.

The chalk cliffs have been carved into interesting shapes by the wave action.
white rock formations stained green in Etretat At low tide there were many tide pools in the dimpled rock formations underfoot.
Green tide pool world in Etretat on the Alabaster Coast of Normandy, FranceMost of the tide pools, if they were filled at all, contained only beach pebbles and occasionally a bit of seaweed.
Etretat pocked rocks are full of tidepoolsBut I hit pay dirt with this tide pool and its polka-dotted red sea anemone posing for its close up!
A red sea anemone in an Etretat tidepool More on Étretat’s ‘Alabaster’ Cliffs.

Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Close-up.

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