We noticed several things about this beach:
The waves were pounding and pounding - much higher and rougher than waves in California.
The "sand" was at the top of the beach, and the smoothly ground rocks were down closer to the waves, which seemed backwards to us.
There were basalt formations at the beach and in the ocean, and several caves on the beach made a unique look.
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|Basalt blocks . . . and yes it is a picture in color!|
We did see some seaweed, but that was the only "sealife" we saw, though hundreds of gulls were nesting in the cliffs.