lauantai 25. helmikuuta 2017

Mallorca fauna and ... shells?

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Oderazzi is back on the island.


Our neighbour Pedro has a new lawnmower,
or to be precise: 10 of them.
Or yesterday it looked like 10, today maybe 12?


Checking out the beaches, this one is in S'allot.
Yes, yes, this is not THE beach, these are the awesome
cliffs next to the beach.


Here we are: the beach.
Don't tell anybody but there were loads of shells on the beach!
Hotels are still closed, the season only starts after Easter.


Beach. What else?


This view you must slowly but surely recognize already:
Canyamel.
This afternoon I experienced extrem low tide. How cool is that then!
Unfortunately was too lazy to carry my bigger camera with me,
therefore, here a iPhone gallery.


As the tide was low, I could see new perspectives.

Der heutige Gezeitenkoeffizient beträgt 76. Mit diesem großen Koeffizienten 
wird es große Gezeiten geben, auch werden die Ströme spürbar sein. 
Die Höhen der Gezeiten sind heute -0,1 m, 0,1 m, -0,1 m und 0,1 m. 
Wir können diese Levels mit der größten in den Gezeitenkalendern registrierten 
Hochwasser von Palma de Mallorca vergleichen, welche 0,1 m war, 
und mit der Kleinsten, welche -0,1 m betrug.



Like hello, those shells are still alive. Mussels. Clams.

Finnisch für Anfänger:

SIMPUKANKUORI = Muschelschale / shell
SIMPUKKA = Muschel / mussel
KUORI = Schale / shell


Pretty amazing views with shells and other underwater stuff.


Are these all shells???


Or some other underwater living thing?
Need time to check this out, so sorry folks.


Look at this beauty.
It's pretty difficult to figure out if it's
going down or up. I know: up.


Both shell types here.


And again, got a bit carried away again.
These are only a few examples of my photo collection.


Low tide can be interesting.


And check these stones!
Would not like to walk here barefoot.


Another nature wonder pic.
By my mobile.


Päivän saalis.
Catch of today.


Cool enough pic for a guest room poster?


In Canyamel the storm tore down some trees, completely.
Now they've been taken care half way already.
Mañana the reset. We are in Spain, aren't we.


Well, well, getting closer to my new shoes, or was the handbag?
although, this tiny thing (20cm left) would not be enough
even for my tiny toes.


Dead for two days, according to my source,
an the eye still shiny ... is it dead ... really ...?
Well, now it lies on the side of our driveway. 


Hello, let me introduce to you my newborn neighbours!
Yes, two babies today.


Here we come, world!


These two were born a week ago,
guess which one is a boy ... 


She still wants a kiss from him.


Kitchy as kitch can be, this the finca life on the island.
More to follow, for sure!
Let's get the next visitors to the house, first.


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