This guy wins a trophy for being 'most socially distant', wouldn't you say?
|Photo credit: Costa Panagopoulos|
As you can in the above photo, people are still practicing 'social clustering' here in SF. I imagine it's the same, sadly, in most places around the globe. I'd heard reports of heavy car traffic on routes out to the more scenic and sought after bits of the California coastline over the past weekend. I wish it were a national holiday, but now ain't the time to be clogging up the beaches with picnics and Frisbee games.
I will leave you with a few snaps taken at my hometown beach yesterday--
Turban snails and solitary anemones uncovered at low-tide.
Hermit crabs in shallow water.
Mussel cluster. The sandy bits are actually colony anemones.
Lone orange starfish amid a mass of colony anemones & wee turban snail clusters.