Glenties, co. Donegal
Happy face of Minnie.
A lost item bringing back happy memories of times long gone.God bless, Bill.
And good for thousend years of pollution.
That is a surprise of Minnie!
What a tragedy that we are tossing this stuff in the ocean,
...plastic seems to last forever!
Ficou abandonada.Um abraço e boa semana.Andarilhar Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa Livros-Autografados
Hello,These balloons should be banned, they end up in bad places.Take care, enjoy your day! I wish you a happy new week.
proved that plastic could last long.great shot
Some little girl had smiles on her first birthday, and then the trash went off wherever, and this balloon floated around for a while (maybe a few years) and still the mylar looks brand new. The girl could be a teenager by now. The balloon is a good voice to us...avoid as many plastics as possible, and recycle what you can!
Minnie Mouse is on tour.
It makes you wonder where it came from.
Interesting and cool but I hate to see junk washed up on the beach.
I am sure it made someone happy... but... those plastics should be banned.
It is fun for a few hours and then pollution for hundreds of years. Sad to think of it that way.
I hate those helium balloons. They are harmful to wildlife and stay around forever.l
That header is gorgeous, Bill.
So many thing end up in the ocean, it's very sad!
Maybe now it can be recycled after all.
Debe de habelo perdido algún niños que andaba por ahí.
A sad sight.
Wonder how long that has been floating around!
Fortunately it ended back on the shore and not in any sea creature.
I hope some little girl enjoyed for a few minutes and I hope no seabirds tried to eat it. (I long for the days when we didn’t know to worry about so darn many things.)
Oh, what a bitter-sweet find!
I wonder how long it will be before new balloons are a thing of the past Bill, not much we can do about the Minnie's that are here already, except disposing of them in a safe way ✨
Such a problem for our waters and sealife. Sad.
I wonder how long it has been floating around ...All the best Jan