November 3, 2014

In the Crevasses
In the Crevasses

We walked out to the jetty today, about a mile each way on the beach.  I’ve shown something similar before, but I guess I don’t tire of them!  These little creatures, about 1/2″ in length at the most, cling to the rocks, waiting for the next surge to wash up with some nutrients.  Seems like an unfriendly habitat, but they seem to thrive, all shapes and sizes of them.  There are also mussels and anemones and some winkles or cockles or something similar.  I love these particular little guys because of their stripes and how they’re turned every which way, and how they complement the chunky crustiness of the stone itself.

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