Maybe it feel from a nearby beanstalk, better stay away, might get giant cooties..lol
Hey Pat! Thanks for the warning! I think....lol!
so cool. i love it. i bet if it was not cold you may have run after it? nuts - wishing for warmer weather. ( :
Of course if it was warmer it would have been just an ordinary piece of sea-weed! Thanks for stopping by Beth!
No, I think you were right the first time. It's Neptune's used Q-tip.
That is incredible!
Strange, eh Lisa! Want to see something even stranger? Check my post tomorrow (Saturday) LOL!
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.
This was a pretty different 'beach find' I tell you. You' dhave a ball here Sharon!March 1st indeed. Feels like November!!
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!
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.
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!
It did look like a sea serpent alright....a frozen one at that! lolYes, keep that camera on the hip at all times....you just never know!Have a good too Louise!
Yes, Neptune's Q-tip. I didn't think the Gods would be littering, too. Shame on them! :)
It certainly looks like one! Yes, you gotta watch those 'gods'!
What a fascinating photo.Love,Janie
Hi Janie! Thanks, a very unusual photo at that!
What a beautiful find! I am glad you were able to get a capture of it.
I have never seen one like this before, Yes I 'got it' before the wave did!
Hi Lisa! Yes very cool in more ways than one!
I agree with rottrover - very cool!
It was so unusual Terry to see this thing there on the sand. Just had to record it!!
It pays to keep your eyes open all the time for the interesting and beautiful things surrounding us.
In winter there is usually not to much to see at the beach, Stew. This thing stood out.
Wow! You should send this to Canadian Geographic or Our Canada magazine.
You really think so? I'll let you know if I do. Thanks for dropping by.
Hey, I really like your comments and appreciate the time you took to do so.