I like to explore….
This is not a Sea Anemone but Sea Urchin. (you can eat the egg inside)
Haha thanks I thought I may be wrong about that one! Never knew you could eat the inside of a Sea Urchin!! Have you tried it?
You can ask [U-ni] in an expensive Sushi restaurant.
It’s a fresh eggs of Sea Urchin. At the sea, we can
find as big as 10cm one > clack open half and wash
out inside guts, you can find the lines of eggs stack
inside of its shell. The taste HEAVENS !
Yup, the spiny creature is a sea urchin. My family once decided to live on things like sea urchin for a few days on the coast of Maine. Very rich in iron, and available at most sushi bars. Love ’em,
Outstanding image! Very nicely done!
Great shot!: fine perspective and the dof makes a nice depth in the image.
This is gorgeous! Had no idea sea Urchins were that colour!
You sure it’s not a teenage porcupine with a punk haircut?? : P
Brilliant. Love the strong selective focus.
Wow – this is beautiful Tania! You have made such an ordinary living thing of nature look so stunning! I love the crisp focus, with the out of focus background, and also the golden vibrant colour of the sand with the darker shades behind, really makes it all so striking!
Hi Suzy, sorry for such a late reply – barely been on here recently but thanks so much for your lovely comments! 🙂
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