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7 November 2015

Beachcombing {I}








 
{Natal Rock Crab on a bed of oysters}
 
 
{dolphins! we saw two pods whilst walking on the beach!}
 
 
{carcass of a brown rock crab}
 

 
{Brown rock crabs}
 
 

15 comments:

  1. Lovely beach scenes adn things you found there. Also lovely to see the Dolphines fins. Have a wonderful weekend.

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  2. I love the beach. My Grand-daughter and I often go beach combing when on holiday. It is such a peaceful thing to do.....

    How amazing to see a pod of dolphin......such beautiful creatures.

    A calming post......I could almost smell the sea :)

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  3. Hello, Jandi! Awesome shots from the beach. I like exploring the tidal pools. The crabs are neat and great sighting of the dolphins. Wonderful post! Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Have a happy weekend!

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  4. The crabs really catch the eye because of their bright colours.
    Enjoy your weekend!

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  5. What fun to see what's in the tidal pools! It brings back memories as I used to do that as a child when I lived near the ocean,

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  6. Hello!:) Wonderful beach scenes, and sightings of the crabs and, dolphins..

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  7. you found beautiful treasures at the beach!!! seems like you had a great holiday

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  8. Hello! Lovely trip to the ocean and how many amazing creatures to see! Thanks for taking us along!
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  9. Oh I needed a trip to the beach tonight.. Cold and dreary here in NY... Love the water, the rocks and the wildlife... Thank you for linking into Nature Notes...Michelle

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  10. Awesome scenes from the coast. I love the variety!

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  11. Wow! Pretty cool that the ocean has so much life to view

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  12. That crab is so colorful! Is the water cold?

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    1. Hi Florence, it is the Indian Ocean, so most people won't find it too cold... I prefer the water further north like in Mocambique and Zanzibar where it is literally luke warm most of the time...

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