Swirling Seaweed

Kelp swirling in the tide at a beach just south of Brighton, Dunedin, New Zealand.
Photos taken yesterday afternoon, by Nigel.

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Text by Liz, photos by Nigel; Exploring Colour (2020)

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  1. Looks like you had a lovely day at the beach. The photos make me want to go for a paddle there! 🙂 (I’m looking forward to getting back to the beaches here in summer and these have reminded me that we’ll be able to do that. Yay!)

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          1. We get very little rain in summer (most years) but then in late autumn or winter we can get a lot – I think it’s part of global warming. (We rarely get snow nowadays.) It does make it difficult in the garden because a lot of the plants that are happy in our hot, dry summers don’t like the winter wet. I’m looking forward to some dry weather – luckily forecast in a day or two…

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