We took another long walk on the beach yesterday. Nothing much remarkable except for the weather, 55 F, sunny, and not very windy, in February. 23 shark's teeth, none worthy of a picture.
Quite a few stranded Lions Mane Jellyfish on the shore today. This one nearly a foot across, shows the radial symmetry. We call them "winter jellies" as they are here during cold weather, and disappear in summer, replaced by the infamous Sea Nettle. Both sting, but few go in the water in winter here. It's also the largest jellyfish in the world, although ours don't get as big as they do elsewhere.
Come on, all you need is some more beer!
Wombat-socho has "Rule 5 Sunday: In Like A Lioness" up and running at The Other McCain.
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