A coralline algae common in the tide pools.
Alive - found in a crevase in a tidepool.
The Cosmic Ashtray can be found at the end of Red Breaks Canyon. We had to search around for it, Probably best to use exact coordinates and a topographical map to find. The rock in the middle is about 80 feet tall. Standing at the edge it feels as if you're standing at the top of a stadium. The tallest ledge drops about 100 feet. We were told you could climb into it, but it is hard to climb out. There is orange/red sand in the center that almost looks like water it is so fine. When we returned back into town and asked a few local adventurists how the Cosmic Ashtray was formed they said from wind. However, I don't think anyone is entirely sure how this geological wonder was formed. If anyone has a clue let me know!
Note the fungi growing on it.
Small spider on Heliotropa in scrub desert
On a rotting log in a shaded part of the forest understorey.
Found washed up on the beach. They shell appears to have eroded a bit.