P is for Pebbles. I can’t stop looking at them. At one time I was always picking them up. Now there are just the photographs. Lots of them. 1356 images of pebbles in Jessica’s Nature Blog.

A large selection of them is displayed above, showing all kinds of rock types, colours, textures, patterns. Pebbles composed of sedimentary, igneous, metamorphic, and metasedimentary rocks.

You can click on any image to enlarge it and view in a gallery.

Click here for 153 posts which feature PEBBLES.

4 Replies to “P is for Pebbles”

  1. Thank you, Emma. I have enjoyed photographing pebbles on the beach in the past but it has become decidedly more risky darting around on the water’s edge these days. I have a zoom but it is not quite the same as getting up close and personal.

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