photo sealettucPuertoNuevo_zps94a12a45.jpg
Puerto Nuevo, Baja California Norte, México

beach litter
scraps of sea lettuce

Text and photo © 2014 by Magical Mystical Teacher
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Posted on January 12, 2014, in 3-5-3, Baja California Norte, Macro Monday 2, Mexico, Postcards from Paradise, Puerto Nuevo, Recuerda Mi Corazon, Shadow Shot Sunday 2, The Sunday Whirl and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 27 Comments.

  1. Yes, indeed, it does.

  2. That is good shiny and green 🙂

  3. The beach sands are a treasure trove for fascinating natural littler. Love the idea of beach lettuce.

  4. At least this litter doesn’t cut ones feet while walking along the sand!

  5. a beach treasure of a poem

  6. That litter looks quite tasty! Nice one.

  7. lovely photo, very nice angle you used to take it from

  8. organic flotsam and jetsam
    divine !!


  9. All of a sudden I’m feeling hungry! Always loved sea food! x

  10. Your photo looks nice!:)

  11. Sea lettuce glistening sounds good!

  12. i really like the way you captured the light here. And nice words to go along with it too.

  13. Made me think of home (the Molokai one). I love the color and how the sea lettuce looks!


  15. Beautiful. Makes me homesick!

  16. Lovely…poem and photo.

  17. nice photo, have a good Sunday

    much love…

  18. Glistening…perhaps with salt water… something usually missing from your desert poems! Hope you enjoyed your stay in Mexico.

  19. Like a sketch with a splash of lime!

  20. love the different shades of green! {:-Deb

  21. All we need is an observant pair of eyes and we can be delighted everyday wherever we are.

  22. Interesting shapes in the beach litter.

  23. lovely, and there is something mystical there!

  24. the play of light and shadows makes the beatch litter look very fresh. 🙂

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