Sunday, January 6, 2008
BABY IN PINK
This baby is really a baby. This is a clone from one of my anemones, a rose bubble tip. This one was actually a surprise to me because usually my anemones split into two approximately equal sized specimens. This one, I noticed peeking out from behind some rocks & much smaller & pinker than usual.
I have been busy with unanticipated events,(what`s new) that precluded my posting in a timely manner. I hope I didn`t cause anyone to check in for their dose of surprise, only to be disappointed.
Today I have many different images that should satisfy any of you that are accustomed to the varied subject matter I post.
May you not be displeased.
I hope to have a guest blogger on Tuesday which I`m sure you`ll appreciate.
In the header is a little sequence showing a determined hermitess`progress from 'A' to 'B'
On Planet Earth, a fin says you click. It`s from my Marine Betta, & shows the delicate web of propulsion engineering.
With all the varied weather extremes across the country, please try & be careful, & above all stay healthy.