Seven pink somethings from the seashore

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Seven pink somethings from the seashore – pink seashells, pink sandal, pink seaweed, pink ‘salute’, pink stone, pink sea thrift, and pink sand.

 

Revision of a post previously published 23 May 2010

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6 Replies to “Seven pink somethings from the seashore”

  1. The pink seaweed is Irish Moss or Carragheen. It contains a kind of substance like gelatin that is used as a thickener in cooking – sauces and puddings.

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  2. The piece of seaweed I photographed had been washed ashore and consequently the colour had probably faded.

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