16 augustus 2016

Washed ashore

There was hardly a better way to start the week yesterday morning than with a long walk on the beach underneath the blue Summer sky. It was low tide and we found loads of these Atlantic jackknife clams, in Dutch known as 'zwaardschedes' or 'scheermessen'.

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  1. It's a beautiful beach - reminds me of Florida. Haven't heard of these clams before. Very interesting!

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  2. There are millions more of them on this side of the North Sea!

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  3. How interesting. I've never seen this type of shells!

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  4. People here often refer to them as razor clams, but we almost never see them washed ashore still intact.

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  5. People here often refer to them as razor clams, but we almost never see them washed ashore still intact.

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  6. Low tide is a truly exciting experience. I am an experienced only once.
    They dont looks clams at all. I've never heard razor clams.

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  7. En dan te bedenken dat deze in Frankrijk gewoon worden gegeten.

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  8. I haven't heard of these clams before.

    A well composed photo, Marleen !

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