August 7th 2013. We have been married for twenty years today.
It is hard to buy Anniversary presents as you get older,
With mundane chores and jobs, you crave to spend time with each other.
I’ve allergies to most flowers that smell and the hallmark cards just sit once they are read.
He wasn’t talking about the usual stuff, so I listened intently when my husband said,
“For our twentieth anniversary, I have the gift of some flower pots for you.
But, for this we will have to walk on the ocean floor our daughter, me and you”.
I was delighted for it was something he never bought me, “Flower pots” beyond my imagination and now for all to see.
Hope all of you enjoy this gift he got me, flower pots so magnificent, nature’s epiphany!
Happy Anniversary Honey! I love you!
Lover’s Arch at Low tide at Hopewell Rocks. The Hopewell Rocks, also called the Flowerpot Rocks or simply The Rocks, are rock formations caused by tidal erosion in The Hopewell Rocks Ocean Tidal Exploration Site in New Brunswick. They stand between 40-70 feet tall.
Lover’s Arch upclose.
This miscellaneous rock has appeared on the ocean floor mysteriously according to our tour guide.
More flower pots
An Awesome view!
Can you see the resemblance of an anteater in this rock?
Do you spot a baby elephant in these rocks?
Side profile of a rock. Do you think this resembles Jay Leno?
Rocks covered with seaweed, moss and algae
Bulbous algae lining the rocks on the ocean floor.
Muddy ocean floor.
The muddy ocean floor. Not a place for flip flops. Good place to dye your shoes brown. We left our shoe prints and took lots of pictures.
High tide at Hopewell Rocks. On a good weather day folks can kayak around these flowerpots
The bear becomes more visible at high tide.
Submerged Lover’s Arch at high tide.