All of the jetties in Texas seem to be constructed of pink granite. The jetty on St. Joe’s by Port Aransas is no exception. We spent the morning there and Dave and Susan fished while Rose and I walked on the beach. When Rose and I returned to the jetty, and we walked down the jetty toward where Susan and Dave were fishing, a lone Ruddy Turnstone skittered back and forth across the pink granite. There were no stones to overturn but he busied himself by poking around in the cracks and crevices. I crouched down low, fearful of lurching over the edge, but managed to capture a few closeup images without tumbling into the surf.