Day 359/365 – Colors of the Spirit

Nature always wears the colors of the spirit. – Ralph Waldo Emerson

Today’s special Merry Christmas mystery “what is it?!?” picture is courtesy of my sister-in-law, Gail, who is quite the “expert” mystery picture guesser. (I swear sometimes I thought she had planted an invisible camera on me!) So let’s see if y’all can guess this mystery picture, which is now ready for your guessing pleasure. Can you tell? Do you know?

What Is It?!?

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What Was That?!? Yesterday’s Picture (Day 358)

Jude said, “Now that looks as if it has just crawled out of an alien movie. There’s a lot of lights reflecting here, so is it some kind of glass ornament?” It sure does look alien like, but it’s not a glass ornament. “Some sort of seafood? Squid? Octopus? Oyster? Too many guesses – ah but that Prosecco for breakfast was sooo good :) Well, it is some sort of seafood, but not a squid, octopus, or oyster. And mmmm, Prosecco! 😉 Kim was close, too, “Is it an oyster or a clam?” Not an oyster or a clam. And Melisa commented, “My guess is the same as Jude’s, but I love the quote you used for this post.” Thank you! So what was it?!?

What you saw was the inside of a Maine lobster, also known as “Tomalley.”

Merry Christmas to all! … and to all a good night. 🙂

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11 thoughts on “Day 359/365 – Colors of the Spirit

  1. Oh my, I think I have just gone off lobster now!

    Today’s picture looks a bit like the edge of a Yorkshire Pudding, but I’m guessing you folk don’t really do those and anyway the shape looks all wrong.

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