Seaweed on Beach
Palos Verdes, California
One day in mid-September I strolled up into the tidal pools at the western edge of the Palos Verdes cliffs. There I found the tidal pools flooded by the incoming tide (I reminded myself that I should look at the high and low tide times in the local papers). As I walked back through some of submerged tidal pools and past a long wall of broken rocks and strangely shaped and strangely colored rocks, I stumbled on a lone piece of kelp, spread out on the sand, glistening with the outgoing sea waters. I thought it was interesting and a rare sight on an otherwise deserted beach of light brown sand.
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