Saturday, June 16, 2007

Mystery Photo Number 2


Well, it's about time to post mystery photo number TWO (2), don't you think?
I thought that our first one was a great success. I hope some of you will send comments and/or guesses again! Lotsa love, Rick

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

I would guess some kind of cactus.


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terry bloemsma said...

looks like thorns from a kapok tree. At least thats what we called them.

Anonymous said...

These are snails.

Anonymous said...

boy, I was going to say something odd growing on the outside of a palm tree, but thorns on a kapok tree sounds better... (yes, I cheated by reading others' answers!)

-Naomi

Anonymous said...

a bunch of snails.

Gene Brooks said...

This is tree bark

Gene Brooks said...

It is the underbelly of a Maximilliosacranosaurus ("big holy lizard") found only in the creek and tidal pool of ELWA Paynesville, Liberia.