Seaweed Salad Days

The phrase "Salad Days" coined by Shakespeare's Cleopatra in 1606.
"...My salad days, / When I was green in judgment, cold in blood..."

one of my favorite Shakespearean idioms...

(did you know our guy Will is responsible for some 700 words being added to the english language...think about that for a sec...)

I call the sunny summer days on the coast when the ocean is 1000 shades of blue and green, whales, dolphins in sight and not a soul on the beach "Seaweed Days"... 

yesterday was just such a glorious day!

I love seaweed - the shape, surface and form - sculptural, ethereal, living mostly unseen until it is ripped off its bearing and shows itself on the beach...

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