California wave sighting

Published January 19th, 2011 by Bobby Henderson


Charles sent in this sighting of the FSM’s Noodly Appendages in the surf in California.

31 Responses to “California wave sighting”

  1. Mariah says:

    Errmmm PhotoShop all the way Lol

  2. Ronster says:

    No, this is not photoshopped. There is no doubt that it is feather boa kelp (Egregia menziesii). I was just asking where the photo was taken. I have been diving the California coast since 1970 and over the years I swam through enough kelp of various kinds to know it when I see it. I have a degree in marine biology and took a class in algology (most marine plants are algae) as part of the degree program. This kelp is commonly found in the intertidal region on our coast.

    By the way, what does “errmmm” mean?

  3. His Lordship Sir Britton says:

    Hey thanks man, I was curious as hell as to what that was.

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  5. Bob Dobbs, yes, that Bob Dobbs says:

    This picture scares the crap out of me and I don’t even believe in Jeebus.

  6. Christina says:

    The most notable thing about this photograph is that with any other god this would seem frightening – even ominous. But we all know that His Noodlyness only lifts us up and would never harm us. RAmen!

  7. Joshua says:

    Your noodlyness did you bring your soya-tan lotion?

  8. paul says:

    that would creep the fuck out

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