Starfish we found on the beach while on vacation in the puget sound.
My daughter's seepch
Esteban - Nov 25, 2015 09:52 AM EDT
My daughter's seepch therapist has that story posted in the lobby of her clinic beautiful and so true! As the world spins and people go about their merry way, I often wonder how many people truly realize that it takes only one small gesture to make a huge difference in the life of a child in need or an adult. Giving a homeless person a hot cup of coffee or donating a tricycle it all has the same meaning and importance to the recipient. Lovely story and I am so glad you connected on Twitter with Jimmy Wayne.
When money was tight
Alyssa - Oct 13, 2015 04:21 PM EDT
When money was tight I always felt like what can I do to give back I'm not doing aninyhtg because I can't. Then I realized that there is a lot I could do to help someone in need. It could be as simple as donating some clothes, books, toys, etc. There was a way and there is always a way. I don't have kids right now, but I know when I do I will definitely get them involved in giving back. I think it's important for them to experience it and to know the different types of lives people live. I want them to know the importance of being a GIVER and not just a receiver.Great post!With much heart,Alara K. CastellYour Sassy Spiritual Guide
Rita, you are such a
Rolyfernando - Sep 20, 2015 03:23 AM EDT
Rita, you are such an inspiration and a wnredoful example to everyone who knows you and sees what you are doing to make a difference in the lives of so many precious children. I love being able to realize that we don't have to do something earth shattering or big in order to make a difference, and the Starfish story is a beautiful and compelling illustration of how each person is special. Helping even just one other person is huge and we may never know the ripple effect that one small act will have. This reminds me to never hesitate or hold back when an opportunity arises to reach out to someone who is in need, even if it is the smallest act of a warm smile or an encouragement. Thank you for all you do and how you are arousing so many others to follow your lead and change our world for the better.
Aug 17, 2012 11:07 PM EDT
That' looks like a crown-of-thorns starfish!
Kelly Johnson - Aug 10, 2012 08:23 PM EDT
We caught one just like it off the pier in Campbell River today. I have never seen one before.
talsi - Jul 24, 2010 02:20 PM EDT
Looks like a big one
Guest - Oct 24, 2007 11:02 PM EDT
That is a nice shot. But i can take a better one. but it looks really nice. if i were there i would be freakkin scared even if i'm in love with starfish...:}
Guest - Apr 06, 2007 09:15 PM EDT
The thumbnail didn't do justice to this great image - it almost appears to have been trying to hide under the sand.
I never saw any like this in Victoria when I was a child. Awesome and a great capture. Vicki
Guest - Mar 09, 2007 10:12 AM EDT
That starfish is very very big where did yall find that at so u all found that at the beach thats cool
Guest - Nov 07, 2005 03:56 PM EDT
wow a foot across that is a good size I have kept one these for a short while for the kids to enjoy,when they lose a leg the leg grows into another star-fish,we just fed a small piece of cat food and it would devour it quite quickly.Nice shot of one here thou.
Guest - Sep 26, 2005 08:13 PM EDT
"There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio,
Than are dreamt of in your philosophy."
William Shakespeare's HAMLET
Guest - Aug 16, 2005 01:19 PM EDT
Thanks. I think he was at least a foot across, maybe a little more. He was very active. We checked up on him later when the tide was coming in and he was still alive, moving back out into the water.
Guest - Aug 15, 2005 04:58 PM EDT
This shot shows the tube feet that the starfish uses to get around. How big across was this one? Nice shot.
Guest - Aug 15, 2005 12:35 PM EDT
They have between five and forty arms and come in different colors. There are lots of different kinds of starfish. The one in this picture is typical of the starfish in the Puget Sound area of Washington State.
Guest - Aug 13, 2005 03:55 PM EDT
He is cute Somehow I am doubting he is a starfish. HE has lots of legs LOL
The Lens Flare™ Copyright 2018 © Vauntium, LLC, All Rights Reserved.
Designed by Vauntium. Powered by My Market Toolkit.