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Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Flowers from the Sea

As  Hera choose to pee and poo at the beach since her very first day here ,we are usually the earliest birds at the beach every morning which gives us the advantage of being the first ones to see what the sea offered previous night.

Couple days ago, there was heavy wind and big waves and the morning of that night I found these beautiful flowers. I have never seen them before. It looks like the wind and the first rays of the sun dried these little plants of the sea immediately.

As they are extremly fragile I only managed to salvage two of them. Have you ever seen something like that before? And the posing starfishes came from a far far away sea..

17 comments:

  1. Those plants really look like they came from a different world. Lovely and delicate.

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  2. Never seen before,beautiful,jewel-like plants.Nature keeps amazing us.

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  3. these are sure new to me. how lucky to find them!
    ~laura

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  4. Never seen anything like it - they are quite beautiful!!

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  5. I also have not seen these, but they are so delicate and sweet. A real treasure from the sea! Lovely.

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  6. Beautiful sea finds! I've never seen that before. Jennifer:)

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  7. I don't know what these are but they are beautiful!

    BLOGitse

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  8. the title for this was PERFECT!

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  9. I have seen modern paintings that look like that but never the real thing...fascinating how everything has a root in nature!

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  10. What a lovely sea plant (or animal?). I'm still desperately jealous of your Mediterranean life!

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  11. I've never seen them before!! but they are really nice and delicate ;)
    how lucky you found them!

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  12. What a delightful gift from the sea. So happy your Summer is so wonderful!
    xoxo

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  13. They are new to me as well; it sounds like you have perhaps found a really rare creature / flower. It is gorgeous.

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  14. Rare and lovely. Brava, Hera, for leading you to them!

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  15. completely facinating - thank you

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