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Playing in the kelp 

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Tom said...

...it almost disappears.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Oh Betty your picture is wonderful! What a great sighting. I love thinking about the seals actually playing in the kelp. Thanks for hosting.

Cloudia said...

Thanks for the fun photo and caption and thank you for hosting us. Aloha!

Violetta said...

Nice picture - I did not see him at first sight.
all the best

dee Nambiar said...

Cute! And quite well camouflaged. :)
Thank you hosting, Betty.

roentare said...

Very cute seal!

Taken For Granted said...

One never knows what creatures might be hiding in the kelp. Wonderful photo.

kwarkito said...

it could be a close-up of a seal salad! What a disturbing, beautiful and surprising photo!

Lydia C. Lee said...

Sooooo cute!

Suzana said...

Yesss! Let's play! So much fun!
Lovely image! Thank you for the smile!
Happy WW and a fine November! ❤️😘

Amy Johnson said...

Sea otters are so cute! Thanks for the party!

Kirsi schreibt said...

So wonderful shot,

Rostrose said...

Oh - so cute 😍!
All the best - I hope you've had a good start to November,
🍂🍃🍁🍃 🍂

Slabs said...

Thank you for allowing us to share links and I hope that you and your readers will also come over and share and participate at another #WW.
I linked up this week with = 43. Come and join us at #WordlessWednesday #Photography Wednesday - Saturday. You will find the info under BLOGGING

rupam sarma said...

Looks amazing

Aimz said...

Lovely seal, although I do try to stay away from them when I see them.

Yvonne said...

It's amazing how the sea lion blends into the kelp. Really nice photo.

Heidi R. said...

The seal sits well camouflaged in the seaweed, it is a good hiding place, surely the seaweed also offers good protection under water?