A growing archive of pictures - frequent additions from my other blogs - Message in a Milk Bottle and the most recent - M2
Can you remember popping the bubbles on these ? I like the smell and feel of seaweed, and fried in my local takeaway!
Still pop-em!And the smell is fantastic. (Except when it rots!)What I can't remember is the name of this particular seaweed - and I haven't yet got round to looking it up. When I do, I'll change the title.Lucy
Hi, not an expert on seaweed but I think it is Ascophyllum nodosum. makes excellent fertiliser. Great pic by the way.Gary
I like its texture and can almost feel its smell. Thanks!
Gary, thanks for the suggested identification for the seaweed.I think you are right.I remain just slightly uncertain though because it is so very black. I know much depends on its state of dryness but, when I took this photo, there didn't seem to be any green in sight, either on this rock or the ones nearby.(I was thinking of going on a guided walk along the sea-shore today but forgot until it was too late to set out. It was to look at the flowers - thrift etc. but I expect the guide would have known about seaweeds too. I think the next walk will be looking for fossils but I have visitors next weekend, complete with ten month old baby, so I expect I'll be missing that too!)Whatever it is . . . I like it!Lucy
Tatyana - I like the idea of you feeling the smell of seaweed!Lucy
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