Saturday, January 17, 2009

Sighted around Lionsgate

I truly don't know what to make of these tattered photographs that I found washed up on the beaches of Lionsgate. Someone apparently took these with their trusty Brownie somewhere just to the Northeast of Port Caledon, judging by the buildings one can see in the background of the first. The second photograph is even more inexplicable, as it seems to have been taken underwater--no doubt by one of our local Intrepid Explorers with some clever Aquatic Submersible Conveyance.

But why were these photographs so casually discarded? And more to the point, what on Earth are they of? I fear these questions may have to be unanswered at this time, but all I know is that sailor would not be unwise to exercise All Due Caution when navigating the waters of the Middlesea.


Baron K. Wulfenbach said...

Fraulein Virrginia,

Could this be the sea-creature the Guvnah hinted at seeing off Mondserrat? The one most likely Nessie and Nellie kept at bay while they were in Caledonian residence?


K. Wulfenbach

Virrginia Tombola said...

I honestly don't know, but I do know that if there are to be sea monsters battling other sea monsters in the Firth, I might find other pastimes besides shrimping to occupy my idle hours with!