Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Abundance is not something we acquire. It is something we tune into.


Waratah Anemones. Flowerpot Point, Blackmans Bay. June 2013.

Wordless Wednesday.


More Waratah Anemones. Flowerpot Point, Blackmans Bay. June 2013.

10 comments:

Joyce Lansky said...

These are fabulous photos. I love the vivid colors.

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caite said...

excellent!

Photo Cache said...

wow!

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Sukhmandir Kaur said...

Great photos, like seeing one and visualizing how many more there are in abundance :)

Rhonda said...

Beautiful! I love the colors.

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joyce manuntag said...

lovely photos under water,,,very colorful!

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Sandy Nachlinger said...

Wow. Gorgeous photos. I've never seen anemones like that.
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thenewandimprovedamber said...

Those are beautiful photos.

Cathi said...

Oh so gorgeous! There's something mystical and magical about the sea. Happy WW!

Kris McCracken said...

Joyce, thanks. I do like to dip my toes in an snap away.

Caite, cheers!

PC, hoorah!

Sukhmandir, in this spot there at least a few thousand. Around the other side of the rocks (which were less protected from waves), there were tens of thousands!

Rhonda, they look like purple blobs of jelly when not feeding.

Joyce, cheers!

Sandy, they are probably the most common around these parts. They love the cold!

Thenewandimprovedamber, thank you.

Cathi, there is indeed!