Thursday, November 4, 2010

prince far i

photos by hazel venzon

Late-night seaweed run for fertilizing the old man's garden. Low tide is at 23:30h, and the other low tide isn't very low. So now's the time.

Thank you, seaweed (and all the little gribblies and snails that live on you). Your contribution is appreciated. We won't take too much. May you turn into some tasty cherry tomatoes or something like that.

1 comment:

  1. Love these photos! So creepy. Also, had no idea seaweed could be harvested for fertilizer, let me know if the cherry tomatoes exhibit aquatic features.