West Seattle scenes from one last low-low tide

The low-low (below -3 feet) tides are gone till an encore early next month, but we have a few more community-contributed photos to remember them by. Above, Tracey Spenser‘s view of an anemone amid glistening greenery; next, Lura Ercolano shows us a moon snail has quite the infrastructure beneath the graceful shell:

Also out on the beach, “Diver Laura” James – but look very carefully behind her, around the center of the photo:

The great blue heron was apparently too intent on fishing to mind the people nearby:

Thursday’s low tide will still make for decent beachwalking – -2.6 at xx – but if you are hoping to get out while the beach is at its widest, mark your calendar for late mornings Monday 7/2 through Wednesday 7/4 (here’s the July chart). Thanks yet again to everyone who shared their photos during this “wave” of low-low tides!

2 Replies to "West Seattle scenes from one last low-low tide"

  • miws June 7, 2012 (8:03 am)

    With fronds like that, who needs anemone?

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    Mike

  • Marie M June 7, 2012 (12:34 pm)

    Groan! Oh, the pun-ishment. @Mike

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