At the west side of Godfrey's Beach, these amazing formations sit. On this particular time, October 2011, we climbed over countless rocks. Sitting along this rock was this beautiful white algae in bloom and the rolling green hills of Stanley in the distance. It doesn't get much better than this.
Standing in the rain and waiting and waiting for the right light - 5 hours in fact and in a fleeting moment, it was all but gone.
Godfrey's Beach has many sides - depending on seasons and tides, and the many rocky outcrops at each end of this relatively short beach. The red sky from this sunrise felt like a new dawn - a start of new friendships.
Godfrey's Beach in Stanley is a beach that has many faces depending on the tides and seasons. You can climb the rocks to find some stunning rock formations or photograph the intricate patterns on the beach. There is also The Nut, a shell of an extinct volcano, that calmly looms over the beach and is reflective at low tide.