Love it! That is quite a strand of kelp!
Here is our moment from the week:http://catfurtomakekittenbritches.wordpress.com/2011/06/24/this-moment-summer-solstice/
Happy weekend to you!
Wow! Can you eat bull kelp? We don't have anything like that at my beach.
Margot says, “Wow is she a kid?! All by herself without her mom or dad?” I explained Jenn was taking the photo and she nodded and hopped away.
Love that our kids get to “see” each other regularly.
that's quite long! love the beaches there! and her belly is awesome!
have a great weekend!
What a pic! How fun!! HAve a great weekend and glad your little ones arm is better. Enjoyed your last few entries….XO
nothing like the island beaches and all their treasure. great shot, Jenn. I need to get my 3 to the beach soon. xo
I love your perspective on this one!!
Here is our moment: http://mentalchew.blogspot.com/2011/06/this-moment-gardens-in-watercolor.html
My little man asked me to glue some red circles on paper for him and he did the rest. He saw it in a “Highlights” magazine and it motivated him. Happy Mama moment.
Oh wow, I love the perspective on this! Fantastic!
Wow, that is amazing!xxx
wow…that is pretty cool!!
Bull Kelp is the fastest growing plant on the planet, growing about 12 cm a day. The kelp can be dried and used as a low sodium supplement, or works as a great soil conditioner in gardens. The bull, tube part is so thick I've always wanted to see if it dries and works as a sandbox toy… I'll let you know.
Such and extraordinary way to grow up – by the sea.
that's quite a beach toy!!Love love love the beach – in any weather!! Must get the kiddos there this weekend!have a great weekendxxxCate
Great perspective, fantastic wide open space.
Here's our moment -http://www.sweetgeorgiathecraftysquirrel.blogspot.com
actually it's my moment
Fabulous shot. Kelp forests are amazing eco systems full of all sorts of wonderful creatures. Your beaches must get a battering from the elements as kelp is one of the algae that has a good strong anchor to the rock. Let me know how you go with the sandpit toy!
We didnt post a moment this week, it was a crazy one!
I'm behind, just seeing this.
Ha! Love it.
One of my favorite photos of my brother is of him at about age four with a long seaweed tail on the beach in Nova Scotia. He used that thing as a tail all day.
wow! i love the vastness of this image – sorta melancholy (i am sure it was not).
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