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Monday, April 9, 2012
It was a gorgeous day. Nice and warm . . .
Looks like there was a private party out on the rocks that I didn't get an invite to . . . Oh, well, I didn't happen to be wearing my brown pelican suit anyway, and it looks like that was the required dress code . . .
I was hoping to see several starfish, but alas . . . just this one brightly colored guy turned up. He was quite large, maybe 10 inches across or more.
There were pretty flowers and . . . .
. . . brightly covered rocks . . . I should have taken a pic of my sister's favorite rock. It left quite an "impression" on her as I recall! Do you remember, sis? ;)
And seaweed and sea grasses swaying with the tides . . .
Somehow I missed getting any pics of the anemones, and all the different types of little fishies in there. But, I did get some pics of the pretty purple sea urchins!
And, there were lots of crabs in there. The main part of their bodies was about 2-3 inches across, just to give you an idea of how big they were. Here's one who was afraid I was going to take his dinner away from him! If I got too close he would drop back down into the water. I think he was trying to drag his prize to the surface where he could take his time dining. He wanted a private dinner and I was apparently interfering with that. I left him alone after this shot. I just have a little point and shoot camera and can't do macro shots so I tried to isolate just the little guy through the wonders of Photoshop . . . so the quality of the photo is a little pixelated . . . oooops! :)
There are four in this pic . . . can you find them all? Hint: the two on the closest rock are blending with the coloration on the rock . . .
Another little bit of a close up . . . pixelations and all!