Bermuda low tide.
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This is old Bermuda, untouched for hundreds of years right on our doorstep. I was 10 feet back from the shoreline taking this shot. Regular low tide would be covering about a foot high. The rock is hard limestone, almost like iron. There are many caves that go for hundreds of yards both underground and underwater. The three dead white trees you see centre and on the left are Bermuda Cedars that were killed in the 40s and 50s by a blight. There are Brazilian Pepper trees (we call them Mexican peppers), Spanish Bayonet, Buttonwood and Mangrove trees, Bermuda ferns, Australian Casuarina trees and a few other plants all in this picture.