I’m fascinated by the sea grasses that grow alongside the ocean. Looking through these photos I just realized that most of the grasses grow in estuaries, where rivers meets the sea, forming tidal inlets that are rich in life. Grasses seem to like to grow on dunes as well. Here is a selection from the Pacific coast.
Tiny accidental garden on Fin Slough dock.
Walk along the Steveston waterfront.
Driftwood house with sea grass garden in the background, on Long Beach, Vancouver Island.
Seagrass blowing in the wind on the Washington state dunes.
For more on the Weekly Photo Challenge: Sea, go to: http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/08/30/weekly-photo-challenge-sea/