Saturday, June 27, 2009

"Bering Sea Beaches" On a walk in the cold winds, off shore, of the Bering Sea. Always a brisk day even during the sunny days. Out in front of me a sight of a tooth lying in the surf, I reach for my camera and try to photograph it but disappears in the sand from a wave, but soon it reappears and I succeed. Pressing on I encounter driftwood from Japan and distant rivers to the south, the occasional glass fishing float and many full bottles of Moskol mosquito repellent that somehow the natives lose overboard their fishing boats all too often.. "Rarely, I discover a section of the rarest ivory in the world only found on these beaches, red colored Woolly Mammoth Ivory laced with blues, oranges and all shades of brown."

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