Pool of Stagnant Water - Stock image

Dunedin - New Zealand, Florida - US State, Standing Water, Water, Algae

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Stock photo ID:183041459
Upload date:October 02, 2013

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'This looks like a dead place, but I have a feeling those algal mats are very much alive. This pool lies just over a crest at the high tide line of the beach on Honeymoon Island State Park in Dunedin, Florida. We've had a lot of rain this summer, so my guess is that this pool is brackish -- essentially a tide pool that never dried out due to the extra rain -- containing too much salt for anything other than bacteria and algae to survive. Looked really gross, so of course I had to point my camera at it! I love the way the shadows make the floating mats look really 3D. I don't know what you designers will use this grungy natural scene for, but I'm sure you'll think of something.'
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