I recently took a trip the beautiful and quaint little town of Clarens in the Free State.
After a very lazy lunch at the local brewery, we wandered into a shop selling the most marvelous array of gemstones, petrified wood and fossils I've ever seen.
On the walk back to our B&B, we took a detour and found a patch of rocks in the road that had tiny plant fossils. I'm not sure what amazed me more: finding little rocks with fossils in them in the middle of the raod or that Lulu said "oh look, these will have fossils in them" and promptly started the hunt.
Clarens, Free State, South Africa.
Canon 1nRS, Canon 50mm 1.4 @ F2, Fuji Superia 400
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