Taken in 2008, we found red kelp/seaweed on the sand at Waverley Beach. Never saw it again.
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What an odd, one time occurrence, and how wonderful that you captured it!
Wow! Those are gorgeous rocks!
...I've never seen red either!
I've never heard of red kelp. What a lovely beach!
Very interesting event! Love the expansive perspective and composition of the image
Those caves look interesting. They must be filled with pirate treasure.
Here in Florida, we get red tide too. But it's a bad thing. Since you're on the opposite side of the world, maybe its a good thing!
how wonderful and strange to walk on that beach. I wish I had been there. :)
It makes one wonder why so much seaweed should come ashore at one time. I saw it happen at Omokoroa once, with green sea lettuce, and the amount was phenomenal. The rock formation is very interesting in your photo. Thanks for hosting this link-up :)
Thanks, Betty, for hosting MCoW and sharing your photo of the unusual red kelp.
Wow! That beach looks otherworldly. So beautiful! Thanks for sharing.
An impressive place with its large caves
I read something about red kelp but for the life of me can't remember...will come back if my coffee brings it up again...
What an amazing place to visit.
Never seen before. Its very interesting.
Stay healthy and well.
nature is amazing. I love coastal beach walks. Stay safe and enjoy your week. And thank you for the link up.
Looks like an interesting beach to visit. Not familiar with red kelp, but wonder why never saw it again. Happy week.
Such a beautiful pic. Very nice. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you have a wonderful week.
Wow how big is that?
You can see how big it is.
Very impressive place: huge cliffs, smooth beach, red algae ... and you?! ☺ Beautiful!
Have a fine day and saty safe, Betty!
What a fascinating beach!
Happy Wednesday, Betty!
Huge rocks! I love the shade; it would be perfect for walking.
Looks like a beautiful place to visit. Thanks for hosting :)
A beautiful beach to explore. I have never seen red kelp on a beach. Have a great day.
Enjoy this wonderful week.
Wow! for the red kelp but especially for the landscape!
All the best! ❤️
How interesting, I don't see and hear from red kelp before you show it today,
greetings from Germany
Interesting seaweed, but it is the rock cliffs that caught my attention - great photo!
What a strange place! I like it a lot. A little bit science fiction.
Happy WW and thank you for the linking!
Quite a view!
Thanks for sharing.
What a great shot and I've not seen red kelp before. Also this shot makes us look so small next to mother nature.
Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Betty. ♥
These cavities are really great to look at!
If I remember correctly, the red kelp is caused by a single cell algae but is not dangerous. I remember being in Newport, RI with my daughter and the beach and everyone was all excited about "the red tide" (red seaweed being washed ashore)...:)JP Happy Thanksgiving
I had no idea that red seaweed existed. It's a beautiful shade. :)
I've never seen red kelp. Lucky you to be in the right place at the right time. Love the arches!
A lovely photograph.
The seaweed is an unusual colour isn't it.
All the best Jan
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