Beachcombing

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERASorry, but the cat’s got my tongue these days….  so I’m leaving it to Fred to tell the story.

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6 thoughts on “Beachcombing

  1. I’d say he did a fine job of it, too. I’m glad for the closeup of the “thing.” It looked quite like one of our stinging jellyfish in the first photo, and I was a little worried about what was to come. Only a bottle! But what neat “stuff” attached to it. And that first photo of Fred in the water is just great. It made me want to head to the beach — which I’d do, if it weren’t so hot you can’t even walk on the sand. August on the Gulf Coast has its pleasures, but the heat isn’t one.

  2. Hi Enivea, It is good to see your latest photos down on the beach. Fred is clearly enjoying the outing. I am intrigued that the pipis have attached themselves to the bottles making a miniature artificial reef.

    I am glad the days are now getting longer and there are hints of spring with the blossom trees beginning to burst their buds.

    Hopefully you are able to observe the early signs of spring where you live also.

    My best wishes to you and all the creatures in your household.

    • Hi Margaret, yes spring is slowly arriving.. dwarf peach has a few blooms, and the cows are calving. The almonds in the district are almost finished blooming. But August here can be as fiercely winter as July. And thank you ♥

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