I had in mind an old building or something for this weeks photo. After several attempts of finding my decaying building, I was about ready to quit, that is, until this afternoon. No, I did not find the building I had in mind. While driving around, Sam got a phone call, he pulled over into a parking lot to talk to someone about our house for sale. With the girls asleep in the back seat, Asa and I wondered out of the car to do some exploring. We could see water at the end of the lot, so that is where we went. We are in Fort Myers until Tuesday, it is on the gulf. Asa found a crab, and several other interesting things in the sand, and I found my 'decay' to photo. Sam told me it was disgusting and there was nothing artsy about it, and not to put it on here. I told him, "Like it or not, it is what it is! It is decaying and I need 'decay'!"
This fish was huge, and believe me, there were other parts that looked much worse than this! Anyhow, here are a few other photo's I took out in the sand.
Sorry about the gruesomeness this week, next week should be easy, the topic is 'smiles' and I know just where to find them!
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