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Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Sea Moss

Moss has always interested me. Whether it grows on a tropical tree, on the walls of civilization or on the rocks thrashed by the strong waves of the ocean.


In this instance, I noticed Moss growing on the rocks that form the submerged remains of the old city of Tranquebar in the state of Tamil Nadu.


I saw these moss covered rocks both during high and low tides. They seemed to be shining in the sun during low tide and enjoying the batter of the waves during high tide.



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