Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Seeing Red






These are from a quick jaunt to Bethel Beach last week.



























I was so mesmerized by the sky and its reflection in the water, 











I almost overlooked a surprise.












A splash of red in an otherwise green and gray sea of marsh grass.





















Anyone know what this is?


10 comments:

Anonymous said...

CBW whatever that plant is, it is spectacular ! X O
LLC

deborah said...

I don't know either, but it sure is beautiful!

Ann Marie said...

if you find out let me know.. I will tell you this if you take it home for a decoration it will turn brown and then to dust.

Deltaville Jamie said...

Salicornia virginica also called glasswort or pickleweed. It turns red in fall.

Anonymous said...

Pickleweed! Love the reflections--sometime it would also be fun if you could catch a reflection of yourself taking the photo. Betsy

Annie said...

Didn't we do this last year/fall?
;-)

Daryl said...

well, its prettier than its name ...

Country Girl said...

Love that Jamie!!!

Chesapeake Bay Woman said...

LLC-and deborah - I agree.

AM-I'll take your word for it!

DJ-Thank you, once again!

Betsy-I'm afraid that might break the camera, but maybe I'll try it sometime.

Annie - Probably so. And if I'm doing this next year, there's no doubt I'll ask the same question. Memory like a sieve.

Daryl, it definitely is.

CG-She comes to my rescue often on this blog.

Is it Friday yet?

Mental P Mama said...

I love that! I am counting the days til we can have some giggles in person! Friday is in 3 more sleeps. You can make it.