Gentle breeze. Gentle feathers. Subtle colors. Gentle form.
Simplicity at its finest.
The ocean ‘paints’ with pebbles and bits of shells. This sandscape was created by the outer reaches of the tideline as it slowly shifted from low to high.
Poised to tumble onto the minuscule grey pebble, this shell is posed at its tipping point.
One of my favorite still lifes ever. The colors, the mini-tide pools within each, and the positioning of the shells make it just perfect.
This moon jellyfish had seen happier days. It did, though, offer a lovely still life positioned beside a tangle of land and sea plant life. I happen to love the benign moon jellyfish. It is possible to stroke its curved … Continue reading
The interior of this mussel simply shouted, “Look at me”, as I walked the beach. All of about an inch in length, the many colors inside were bottomless.
This tiny pebble, about 3/4″, is what initially caught my eye. But when I got home, it is the sand that I find most beautiful. This was taken on a New Jersey beach that was affected by Superstorm Sandy. Although … Continue reading
The red ‘rays’ of this shell remind me that there is nothing as lovely as a sunrise or sunset over an ocean.
He spurns her devotion… She discovers the affair… He comes to her in apology, but she spurns his attempt….Roses are delivered…. Devastated and confused, she climbs out onto the rock jetty and throws the roses to the churning Atlantic…The flowers … Continue reading