Joan caught this moment in time off Valdes Island yesterday - exploring, by sea kayak, and between rockin' waves and a hard place. The towering sandstone cliffs are composed of late- Cretaceous rocks, about 70−65 million years old.
The weathering and erosion continues to create a sculptured "wall" of immense beauty. These cliffs are also home to seabird colonies.
Ah, wouldn't it be lovely to grow older with such hospitality, grace, and beauty. :)