Mike Mongo reveals the worlds of marine, shoreline, and in-land eco-biology
Monday, June 19, 2006
It was absolute low tide last week, what with the Solstice coming up and a full moon, so Cliff and I went out on the recently-appeared Shallows to see what could be seen.
This is little anemone wrapped around Cliff's finger. (He knew all about it, how it's nematocysts were too fine to go through human skin.)
Ain't it pretty?
Posted by Mike Mongo at 11:14 AM