City on a grain of salt. Tuzla means a place of salt and it lays on top of the salt lake. It is suspected it has been there for around 7000 years as one of the oldest places in Europe.

Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Beach debris

I just had to have a straight answer to the Nathalie’s from Sydney question yesterday =) and this is the last thing I thought one can find on the shores of Modrac Lake just outside of the city.


Blogger photowannabe said...

Welcome to the world. Isn't it sad what people will do with disregard to other people and the earth?

22 November, 2006 04:05  
Anonymous Nathalie said...

The question was 'what can you find on your beaches?' and WOW, what a find! At first I thought it was the cork of a bottle of champagne but looking more closely does it looks like chiseled gold ? Feels like the pirates' treasure chest sank with the ship and part of its contents got washed onto the beach! Magic!

22 November, 2006 04:18  
Blogger Olivier said...

la fête vient de se terminer, et il n'en reste rien, sauf ce bouchon.
Photo triste je trouve...

the festival has just finished, and there remain nothing about it, except this stopper.
Sad photograph I find…

22 November, 2006 05:27  
Anonymous kris said...

that looks like a cap for the champagne bottle! hmmm..thanks to you and nathalie, today I'll search for something at the beach (:p river)

22 November, 2006 10:35  
Blogger selana18 said...

I think that this photo it isn't sad but it has some nostalgy ....
by the way it is the perfect answer for Nathalie!
It is great to speak -listen with photos (now I am listening the wave)...

22 November, 2006 11:13  
Blogger ~tanty~ said...

Hi Jazzy!
Guess what? I'm back! I miss blogging so much and it feels so good to be back home. Now I will have a look at your previous photos :)
PS. Thank you so much for leaving comments so faithfully on my blog. I do appreciate it :)

22 November, 2006 11:19  
Blogger Kate said...

What is that object? I also liked looking at the pebbles.

22 November, 2006 14:28  
Blogger Orly said...

How long does it take for a champagne cork to disintegrate in water? Who knows, the point is that it should not be there.

22 November, 2006 17:00  
Blogger luggi said...

Champagne cork. Of course. But I thought it was an ancient Roman relic.

22 November, 2006 18:38  
Blogger Meg Nakagawa said...

I thought Nathalie's looked like a greeting card, but so is this! I can think of a few copies to go with this one.

23 November, 2006 21:01  
Blogger Jazzy said...

thank you all for your great comments.

Tanty - you're welcome

24 November, 2006 10:25  

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