Bretagne-079-Plant in water on a stone, or an animal?

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Mariko Ryer on September 12, 2007

looks like a sea anemone..... which is an animal... nice colors :)

© Roland on September 13, 2007

Thanks Mariko, maybe your'e right. I dont't know what it is. Not to be seen at the picture, but it is covered with about 5cm clear water...

Nawitka on May 5, 2008

Cool! I see barnacles so it must be seawater. It looks like Snakelock Anemone. (I had to look it up). Probably a source for those myths about monsters with snakes for hair.

© Roland on May 5, 2008

Thanks for this Link, Nawitka. I think, your assumption is correct. It was while low tide on a stone at the Atlantic in France. Here a farther view of these stones.

Cheers, Roland

♠ c0l0gne1 ♣ on March 4, 2011

Seeanemone habe ich aber noch nie gegessen;-)

© Roland on March 4, 2011

sagst mir dann, wie die schmeckt... ;-)

♠ c0l0gne1 ♣ on March 4, 2011

Musst Du selber versuchen, ich verzichte dankend;-)

©polytropos on March 4, 2011

Mann, man muss ja auch nicht alles in den Mund nehmen!  ;-)

© Roland on March 4, 2011
  • Gast: Was haben Sie denn anzubieten?
  • Ober: Darf es vielleicht Zunge sein, mein Herr?
  • Gast: Nein, ich esse nicht, was Andere schon im MUND gehabt haben!
  • Ober: Dürfen es dann vielleicht Eier sein?
  • Gast: Nein, ich...........
©polytropos on March 4, 2011

Gast, nach dem Verzehr des ersten Ganges zum Kellner: "Haben Sie ausser Suppe noch andere kalte Getränke im Angebot?"

♠ c0l0gne1 ♣ on March 4, 2011

LOL-mir fällt kein Beitrag zum Thema ein, aber ich amüsiere mich:-))

© Roland on March 4, 2011

...vielleicht ja was für's ISOtheater? ;-)

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  • Uploaded on September 6, 2007
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    by © Roland
    • Camera: Canon PowerShot G5
    • Taken on 2007/08/19 12:54:27
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    • Focal Length: 14.41mm
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