At certain times of the year we get sea lettuce growing in our local estuary - it can get
really bad, making things unpleasant for windsurfers and yachties.
It washes up onto the foreshore, leaving a thick carpet of green when it is at its worst. When there are piles of it on the sand, decomposing in the sun, it smells horrible because of its high sulphur content.
There wasn't a great deal around when I took these photos.
Of course, Manu has to check it out.
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