Thursday, 29 May 2008

Flotsam

Flotsam An eel minion of the sea witch Ursula from the Little Mermaid or debris found floating in the water without having been throw deliberately, show us Flotsam in your space Tough one and one i may have to bow out of!!!! i do not like the sea or the beach so i very rarely venture close enough to take decent pics. all my beach related old pics are scenary and nothing that could even remotely resemble flotsam i may be creative with this at a later date but for now i have nothing to offer!!! :) Floatsam / Jetsam. never really new the difference and i know wikipedea should not be the font of all my knowledge but it doesn't half help clear some things up and words make sense again!!!!
Jetsam/Jetsom

Items voluntarily cast into the sea (jettisoned) by the crew of a ship, usually in order to lighten it in an emergency, or to dispose of sensitive or prohibited materials aboard.

Flotsam/Flotsom

Goods that are floating on the water without having been thrown in deliberately, either accidentally dropped, or after a shipwreck. In modern usage, flotsam also includes driftwood, logs and other natural debris in oceans and waterways, much of which enters waterways through the action of shore surf, rain or wind. Flotsam on beaches often greatly increases after storms due to the debris brought there from riverbanks and drainage channels being flushed out, or marine equipment (including broken docks and piers) torn loose.

Ligan/lagan

Goods that have been marked by being tied to a buoy so that its owner can find and retrieve it later. Some inevitably become flotsam.

Watched a new TV show tonight called Greek on BBC3 i really enjoyed it and even though they seem a bit young it has a very hot cast of male leads!!! and the main girlie in it is Kelsey Grammers (Fraiser Cranes) daugher IMDB Page

hopefully i will get a pic up tomorrow!!!

1 comment:

Shannon said...

I made a commitment to post a picture everyday or else I would have bowed out too! At least you were honest.

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