Not everyone is Whale Watching here, in this world heritage in Patagonia Argentina. At low tide some beaches of the Valdes Peninsula, are pieces of restingas exposed, peeking through the wet sand or small projections higher.
These clay formations are full of life. Some wrapped in a veil of moss among small coves, hosting various algae and tiny snails harboring and pulpits, and dog teeth mejilloncitos also living in these prehistoric clay.
This soil data of millions of years and has the property to save an incredible piece of paleontological value, as shown in the photo here below, where huge oysters from millions of years, emerging from the sand.
This other picture taken in the Restinga Puerto Piramides shows the softness of the clay it possible to leave a name written, fleeting memory of a fleeting present, alongside a fossil crustacean patient, who receives from a somewhat more timeless cycles of this changing worldlive by nature.