• Jeff

    Haha, cool. I live in Virginia Beach, and haven’t ever seen one of thoose out of the water. What part were you in?

  • http://www.marcusvorwaller.com Marcus

    Sandpiper Beach I think is what it’s called. It’s way down Princess Anne Blvd. It’s a pretty nice beach if you don’t mind the utter lack of waves :).

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  • Jeff

    Is it Sandbridge beach? Or Sandpiper Road IN Sandbridge?

    Either way, I live about 5 minutes from there.

  • http://www.marcusvorwaller.com Marcus

    Sandbridge Beach I imagine. It was the first time I’ve been there–nice area though, I’d love to move out there sometime.

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  • http://www.billbrandon.com Bill

    That fish is a “Sea Robin.” You used to be able to buy them inflated and dried in souvenir shops.

    Thirty years ago, we lived up P. Anne in Green Run and used to take our girls down to Sandbridge to swim. Nice memories.

  • http://www.marcusvorwaller.com Marcus

    Thanks for the correction Bill. I started having doubts as to whether it really was a blowfish, but didn’t know what else to call it :).

  • http://www.billbrandon.com Bill

    Hey, I didn’t mean it as a correction! They are blowfish, ‘sea robin’ just differentiates them from the other kinds of blowfish.

    Bill

  • Amber Nussbaum

    Awesome photo! I’m in Va. Beach too.. I clicked over here from Lifehacker. Well, one more blog in the RSS reader haha. Hi!

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