Love the beach after a storm for all the marine debris that comes in with the tide. This ancient and worm-eaten shell fragment positioned itself perfectly on a field of sand crab airways.
As I mentioned a few days ago, fall bring in pebbles to our tide line. I am captivated by their simplicity and beauty. Which is another way of saying that you will likely be seeing more photos with pebbles over … Continue reading
The down feather was stuck to the shell bit, blowing gently. I loved the softness of the feather against the hard colors and corners of the clam shell fragment. The peeking bubble wasn’t noticed until the photos were uploaded at … Continue reading
I find that these fascinating little creatures test the boundaries of what I am able to effectively photograph. They shimmer with both water and light, they are found right at the very edge of the moving tide line, and they … Continue reading
This time of year the pebbles begin to arrive on the beach. I have no idea why there are not more of them on the tide line in the summer. Anyway, I am intrigued by their beauty, the juxtaposition of … Continue reading
Feathers and footprints were in abundance on this beach. There must have been a wild gull party!
The simplicity and serendipity of the tide line never ceases to amaze me.
These feathers settled together beautifully. I love the blue on the inside of the sand crab carapace… it seems to hold a gentle bit of the sky within!
Fairies do not just live in the meadows, you know. For my British friends, remember Water Babies?