Sunday, February 10, 2008


Whenever I go snorkeling, I will go where there are seagrasses. That's where you will find more fishes and other marine life. Beaches with sandy bottom just look like a desert to me.

Robust growth of strapweed (Posidonia)
Location: Bickley bay, Rottnest Island

Fruits of strapweed
Location: Penguin Island

Fibre ball formed from the fibres of decayed strapweed leaves

Wireweed (Amphibolis) meadow
Location: South Cottesloe Beach

Syringodium isoetifolium sticking out among the paddle weeds (Halophila)
Location: South Cottesloe Beach

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