Some beaches are real jewels of the coast. They are easy to recognize. They have unique rock structures: sea stacks, caves, or arches. All seasons and time of days different and stunning, they become favorite places for photographers and nature-lovers.
Martin’s beach is one of them. The high triangulare rock is a home for hundreds of sea birds, and has amazing adch in it. But the beach has a sad story. It was closed for public by owner. Recently, the court decided that Martin’s beach should be open for public. But few weeks later – it’s all the same story 😦
This post will have photos from two visits: January early this year, and the most recent from August.
It was two different experince. Wet Winter made local creek wide and almost impossible to cross with dry legs. So we just watched sunset from the southern part of the beach.
The small town Martin’s Beach is picturesque by itself. Evening glow adds special charm to it. The wild flowers frame the descending road and beach view.
All these birds made special sighting. We planned to flight a drone, and I was scary how they would react on it. I think we should pay close attention to the wildlife reaction and avoid to scare it with all our drones and cameras. They own the nature not humans.
But still drone was up in the skies to show how Martin’s Rock looks from the above. The rock is somehow flat and has strange shape in the base. So when I said I need to see photos from kayak I really ment it 🙂