Kennett River, Great Ocean Road, Victoria, Australia.
While the beach and rocks of Kennett River were mostly devoid of life, there were a couple of notable exceptions.
The tiny vibrant blue barnacle-like molluscs that were scattered everywhere among the rocks and of course, the ‘snout nosed slime dragon’ that I have captured here.
Yes, I know it is seaweed, but it could equally have been the dragon, who are we to know what lurks in the depths of our oceans. It’s the last frontier for man on this planet, and in this, a hope to leave it perhaps undiscovered, mysterious and pristine, some hope.
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