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photoblog image Gift From the Sea

Gift From the Sea

Twiddled, indeed.

Second one, sooc.

 

photoblog image IMG_3307.JPG

 

 

Gift From the Sea

Twiddled, indeed.

Second one, sooc.

 

photoblog image IMG_3307.JPG

 

 

comments (16)

  • Bonnie
  • United States
  • 27 May 2020, 02:46
Wanna reach out and touch! Nice array of textures.
Care MacADNski: The edited one is a bit over the top with texture.
Both are quite wonderful!!
Care MacADNski: I love getting presents.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 27 May 2020, 05:33
All neatly tied, a gift from Neptune..
Care MacADNski: A unique piece for my collection.
Ready to throw a rock through a window? Just joking, I wonder what the story is behind it.
Care MacADNski: It was probably inside a lobster trap a century ago. At that time they used bricks for weight to keep the traps on the bottom.
La nature nous offre de belles surprises
Care MacADNski: I was very happy with my gift.
Don't you wonder what THAT'S all about, Care!
Care MacADNski: It was probably placed inside a lobster trap a century ago. At that time they used bricks for weight to keep the traps on the bottom.
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 27 May 2020, 06:05
What a find and my guess is to keep a fishing net in place?? Have you sen this before. Great shots.
Care MacADNski: Yes, a century ago they used rocks and bricks for weight in traps. Now they pour cement right into the trap.
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 27 May 2020, 06:46
How strange, Care
Care MacADNski: It was probably placed inside a lobster trap a century ago. At that time they used bricks for weight to keep the traps on the bottom.
A gift wrapped stone.....well it is different
Care MacADNski: I was very happy with such a gift.
  • Chad
  • Somewhere+in+deep+space
  • 27 May 2020, 07:26
I wonder how that came about.
Care MacADNski: It was probably placed inside a lobster trap a century ago. At that time they used bricks for weight to keep traps on the bottom.
A very good find Care, no doubt you have a special place for it on one of your shelves.
Care MacADNski: It is outdoors on my outside beach.
  • Louis
  • South+Africa
  • 27 May 2020, 15:45
Looks interesting in the sense that it had some utility value. The rope looks like nylon (could be wrong of course) and fairly recently used.
Care MacADNski: I think it is nylon rope but yet it looks so old.
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 27 May 2020, 16:33
I wonder what the story is behind this.any note would have gone some time ago I would think.
Care MacADNski: I believe this was used as weight in a trap.
What a great find Care! (I read your comment to others)
Exactly as you say: a gift smile
Care MacADNski: I have set it in a nice place on my beach patio for others to find.
I love the colours. That is so nice. And the title is perfect. all gift wrapped and tied for you.
Care MacADNski: I bring something home from every trip to the beach but this one was unique.
  • sherri
  • Little Rock, Arkansas, USA
  • 29 May 2020, 23:17
hmm, isn't that something?

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