I could not get close enough to get a proper identification, but they were gathered in the pilings by the ferry dock.
this is just the shell, but they are scattered all over the beach. This one also had a hole drilled through it. Evidence of a moon snail?
sorry about the reflection off the water in this picture
this one has a starfish in it's mouth
these tiny ones scatter the beaches
I believe this to be a kind of kelp, but I have never seen it before. It's caught on a piece of drift wood and those are sacks of air hanging down from the stem.
growing underneath pine trees. This one I am unsure about because the cap is a very light color but it has an orange tint to it, and there have been observations of white ones before.
striding away as I got closer
this one is dead, but it is good evidence of live ones.
flower in bloom.
flower in bloom
They were domesticated, but they are almost more common than dogs there.
I believe it is a kind of moss, but maybe it's too big to be a moss. This one really baffles me.
flowers in bloom
I apologize for the terrible picture, but you can see the shape of the flower and the leaves.
growing on a fallen log