On our right, over a shoulder of bare rock
, I saw the level blue of the sea.
It is the country of the wolf and the isard, of the brown bear and the mountain-goat, a land of bare rock
and of rushing water.
At night, just as the Northern Lights were winking and flashing through the fog, Kotick climbed a bare rock
and looked down on the scattered nurseries and the torn and bleeding seals.
And it was very silent, too, as there were no birds to sing or squirrels to chatter, the trees being left far behind them and only the bare rocks
But the waves dashed foaming up among the bare rocks
at her feet, mingling their cold spray with her tears, and gave no answer to her prayer.
The ladders felt precarious, the bridges swung out too much and there were places where rungs gave way to bare rock
In many areas, there are submerged creek beds, apparently the result of historic rise in sea levels (yep, it was occurring 10,000 years ago, too) that are fish highways, particularly where they make bends or meet side creeks, or expose bare rock
Up the hill from Methelin Bay's sandy beach, I climb down to water through invasive casuarina and Mexican pepper followed by bare rock
surfaces infinitely water shaped into sharp little limestone mountain ranges the size of razors.
The grains in desert sand dunes have been deposited mainly by wind action and originate in other parts of the desert where bare rock
surfaces are constantly being weathered by exposure to sun, wind and water.
As September spilled into October, they made their way across a flat, pirion-dotted landscape until, without warning, the ground gave way and they gazed into one of the defining features of the New World: the greatest testament on Earth to the power of water, the beauty of bare rock
, and the fearsome magnificence of deep time.
The celebrated fells have been thoroughly sheep-wrecked: the forests that once covered them have been reduced by the white plague to bare rock
and bowling green.
He said the most likely problems encountered off the coast of Anglesey would be 10metre high sand waves and bare rock