I haven’t posted here for a while but after a visit to Basham Beach I was inspired. The weather has been beautiful recently so we decided to take the drive to Basham, only about an hour from home in Adelaide. It was perfect for wandering along the beach discovering what the water had left on the sand.
There were so many things to see along the beach all left behind when the tide went out.
I’m a sister, wife, mother, grandmother, auntie and friend. I prefer to be outside and am interested in photography, nature and different cultures. I believe everything on this earth has a right to be here but some things and some people would be happiest if their space was far away from mine. (Flies and biting bugs take note!) I don’t like housework and think dust is Nature’s way of saying, “This is my space, I was here first.”
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6 thoughts on “Basham Beach”
What fascinating finds, Sue, especially (at least to me) the sea grass balls. I like the name of the beach because it’s the name of one of the rugby players in the Premiership League in England and we both thought “basham” an excellent name for a rugby player. 🙂
Now a name like “Basham” would surely give you an edge in a rugby game wouldn’t it?
I’d never seen the Seagrass Balls until I went to Basham Beach, read up about them and some researchers have found micro plastics in them and are considering whether they’re actually helping clean the oceans.
That’s really interesting about the Seagrass Balls.
Oh, there’s nothing better than a beach full of treasures.
For some reason my husband doesn’t need to stop and check out all the hidden treasures, he walks along looking up ahead. Weird.
Obviously not an emu then.