Friday, December 19, 2014

Just a rock

In a new pile brought in to reinforce the seawall at Boundary Bay, where the high tides had found or forced a gap.

And the latest tide had already wrapped a mound of eelgrass around the bottom rock. This one is about half way up the pile, and some 4 feet long. Big stones!


  1. What part of the rock has the eel grass? I found some rocks at a local state beach that had the white webbing stuff, and I couldn't tell if it was a veiny part of the rock or something that had dried and adhered to it.

  2. Robin andrea, the eelgrass was on the bottom rocks in the pile.


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