July 20th, 2007
|09:38 pm - More Alaska Photos|
I think this is a moon jelly, but if you have a better idea, I'd appreciate it. It was about dinner plate sized, and the tendrils were two or three feet long.
Shelf Fungus and Moss
Bartlett Cove National Forest
On a sunny day.
|Date:||July 21st, 2007 04:47 am (UTC)|| |
Oh, you are making me WEEP! I want to go back, so badly...
Thanks. (I guess :).
I'd love to go back, as well.
I especially like the Reid glacier, the whale tail, and the mushies but all of them get one to longing -- and I've never been there. Hope to.
I hope my coffee didn't keep you awake all night. ;>
Yes and no. We watched the German thing, then I fell asleep during the Chinese movie. But after everyone left, I didn't get to sleep again until after 4!
The shelf fungus is particularly lurvely.
Thank you. I hope that's what it's called. It's at least what it looks like. ;>