The rocky headlands and expansive sand beaches of Point Reyes National Seashore
Day 175 - Le 24 juin - Patti Kusturok's 365 Days of Fiddle Tunes
Lively Point is a point forming the southern extremity of Renaud Island in the Biscoe Islands of Antarctica. The Biscoe Islands were discovered in 1832 by a British expedition under John Biscoe, and were first roughly surveyed by the Second and Third French Antarctic Expeditions, 1903–05, and 1908–10, both under Jean-Baptiste Charcot. Renaud Island was again roughly surveyed in 1935–36 by the British Graham Land Expedition, under John Rymill. The point was named in 1954 by the UK Antarctic Place-Names Committee for the cutter Lively, one of the two vessels of Biscoe's 1830–32 expedition.