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Beach Bling

Posted by
Kathe (Marquette, Michigan, United States) on 20 April 2009 in Plant & Nature.

It's possible that the shiny purple coloring is leftover residue from last year's oil spill in the Lower Harbor. Let's hope not!

NIKON D40 1/500 second F/8.0 ISO 200 300 mm

Roman from Thunder Bay, Canada

...regardless of it's origin, that's what actually caught my eye.

cheers
Roman

20 Apr 2009 5:07pm

@Roman: And, obviously, that's the reason for the title. ;^)

jane | wildgulch from San Francisco, United States

Sadly, it's probably leftover from something we put out there in the world. Hopefully the wearer of that white feather wasn't impacted.

21 Apr 2009 12:49am

@jane | wildgulch: The feather is from a gull. I'm sure it wasn't hurt. We find gull feathers everywhere, and find very few dead gulls.

Beth from Rochester, United States

Don't quote me but I'm pretty sure it's fairy dust.
Just sayin'
:)

21 Apr 2009 1:12am

@Beth: Hayley wants to know if you're all right in the head. ;^)

NIKON D40
1/500 second
F/8.0
ISO 200
300 mm

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