Monday, January 28, 2008


I thought that might be a good name for an English pub.
Actually, those are the respective names of these corals.
The rain has finally stopped here, but I know there`s some freezing weather about, so be careful, please.
Off to snoozeville.


Nancy P said...

They look like velvet.

Knucklehead said...

Nancy P,
Do you see Elvis?
Hah, I had to.
The mauve background color, is from a towel I put over the tank,to prevent capturing the areas beyond, which are as clear as, not having a tank of water in front of them.
Both corals do have an inner glow, also.
"Velvet", cool.

AndiF said...

I must be hungry -- to me they look like some veggie that would be great in a big pot of soup (and I'm really sure that they wouldn't).

Morning Head and Nancy.

olivia said...

LOL Head, yes ... I agree w/ you about the name. Although we don't want them serving Andi's soup there ... ;)

Morning Nancy, Andi.

Evangeline said...

Hi KH!

Got a couple of questions for you this morning.

Can you thank that blue beauty for the guided tour of your coral garden?

How did you manage to paint the tips of the star's branches blue?

What does “freezing” mean in California?

What's up?

Knucklehead said...

Hi Andif,
Darn, I didn`t think I had forgotten anybody. Sorry.

Knucklehead said...

It wouldn`t be open for long serving soup like that. Hah.

olivia said...

LOL ... :)

Knucklehead said...

The blue queen is really a great fish. She`s the designated one, to come & get my attention when the other fish want something to eat.
I think the starfish had been hugging the blue queen a little too tightly.
Freezing here means if it gets a bit too chilly to wear shorts & flip flops.
Pas grand chose. Ca va. y mouille.