Sunday, February 8, 2009

Green Seaweed for Green Thumb Sunday

Green Seaweed for Green Thumb Sunday

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Another image from summer past.

This little bunch of seaweed was far from the water's edge - not quite sure how it got here though.

It is still moist with sand granules stuck all over it.

I thought the dark green color was quite a nice contrast against the white of the sand.

I am not familiar with the name of this seaweed plant, but it is quite common around our shores. Usually it is more a more yellow/brown color than this green.

Next week I will post a photo of the seaweed still in the water - lots of it too.


  1. Thanks for nice post

  2. Are you lazy today? Oh brother I am!! Can you please come over and run my blog for me?

    I love the picture today. It's very interesting!!:-)

  3. Haha Jackie! Lazy is a nice way to describe it - but it's Sunday - we are allowed to be!

    Although we did go for a walk - it got up to 40 degrees today, and we are so ready for spring.

    Hope you had a great weekend!

  4. at first look it looks like some asparagus sprinkled with salt. that is what i thought until i read ur description!! i'm so .... close minded! :D

  5. I love the angle on this one. It does look like an ocean salad! :)

  6. Hi Kathy,
    I have a signal today but I don't know for how long. We have even worse storms moving our way today.

    I have something for you at the bottom of this post. You don't have to do a single thing with it. I just wanted you to know that I was thinking of you.


  7. For a second - until I read your description - I thought that might be snow on that seaweed! It's a very nice photo. I agree, the contrast makes this one.



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