The island of Jersey is festooned with craggy granites of different colours and consistency. These different colours are further added to by the rich patina of lichens, with staining from the sea as a further striping effect.
This is La Corbière – the south-western tip of the island. While its name according to Wikipedia means the ‘place where crows gather’, we have never seen crows there, but have seen many seagulls. This seagull, in counterpoint to the lighthouse on the end of the walkway that is uncovered at low tide, is atop the orange Xanthoria lichens that tell the story of MANY seagulls having perched on that vantage point and the enriching of the granite by their guano.
For now this card comes cellophane wrapped, but this will alter as stocks change. They are blank to allow you to say whatever you would like to say. The accompanying envelope is white