Friday, March 1, 2013

Sea Monster


One discovers a variety of things on a beach. 
This is something I saw yesterday.
And as soon as I took this photo
a wave came in and took it away.

It looks like a giant Q-tip!
When actually it is
seaweed with 
frozen tips.





28 comments:

  1. Maybe it feel from a nearby beanstalk, better stay away, might get giant cooties..lol

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    1. Hey Pat! Thanks for the warning! I think....lol!

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  2. so cool. i love it. i bet if it was not cold you may have run after it? nuts - wishing for warmer weather. ( :

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    1. Of course if it was warmer it would have been just an ordinary piece of sea-weed! Thanks for stopping by Beth!

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  3. No, I think you were right the first time. It's Neptune's used Q-tip.

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    1. Strange, eh Lisa! Want to see something even stranger? Check my post tomorrow (Saturday) LOL!

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  5. That's some shot! Things can appear differently than what they are, huh? I like the Q-tip idea though!
    Have a great March First! Can you believe that? Another deception, we're looking for the white stuff.

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    1. This was a pretty different 'beach find' I tell you. You' dhave a ball here Sharon!
      March 1st indeed. Feels like November!!

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  6. I just realized that I never went to the Atlantic Ocean in winter when I lived in Princeton and, well, there's no winter by the Pacific Ocean in California, so this was unexpected and interesting. I always miss the ocean when I visit you in bloggyland. I have commented back to your very kind comment and to some others as well. I did go on a soap box although I want my blog to be just for fun and not political. But sometimes I just can't be quiet. Have a great day!

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    1. But you have those beautiful mountains to maintain you Inger! But I do know what you mean about the Atlantic Ocean....very different from the Pacific as you know.
      Now that you've come down from the 'soap box', I hope you have a great weekend.

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  7. Love it, Jim! When I saw it on my reading list, I thought it was a snake. Gone in a flash! I try to carry my camera everywhere! Have a happy weekend!

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    1. It did look like a sea serpent alright....a frozen one at that! lol
      Yes, keep that camera on the hip at all times....you just never know!
      Have a good too Louise!

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  8. Yes, Neptune's Q-tip. I didn't think the Gods would be littering, too. Shame on them! :)

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    1. It certainly looks like one! Yes, you gotta watch those 'gods'!

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  9. What a fascinating photo.

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. Hi Janie! Thanks, a very unusual photo at that!

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  10. What a beautiful find! I am glad you were able to get a capture of it.

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    1. I have never seen one like this before, Yes I 'got it' before the wave did!

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    1. Hi Lisa! Yes very cool in more ways than one!

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  12. I agree with rottrover - very cool!

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    1. It was so unusual Terry to see this thing there on the sand. Just had to record it!!

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  13. It pays to keep your eyes open all the time for the interesting and beautiful things surrounding us.

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    1. In winter there is usually not to much to see at the beach, Stew. This thing stood out.

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  14. Wow! You should send this to Canadian Geographic or Our Canada magazine.

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    1. You really think so? I'll let you know if I do. Thanks for dropping by.

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