I mean, like finding them often.
It went like this. You are swimming and suddenly you see something bright in the water by you. You snag it from the waves and find its a plastic tiger lily or a blue petal or a pink begonia. I started to make a collection.
|Selfie with found flowers|
I wondered if it might be funerals. Growing up in South Africa it was not uncommon to find marigolds or marigold garlands floating in the sea along the walking (not swimming) beaches. We'd also find small red clay pots which we were told not to touch because they were from Hindu funerals. It didn't seem likely that these were from Grand Cayman Hindus but it turns out I was getting close. Here is the source of the flowers:
It seems that in the early days of Cayman settlement, people felt it was best to live inland. They wanted the arable soil and to be safe from hurricanes and wild seas. The beach was considered a risky place to live so all the island cemeteries were located on the shoreline, where they remain. We are staying near Cemetery Beach CEMETERY and that is where the flowers originate.