Blue, Green, Yellow, White, Yellow Posted on April 4, 2014 by Maggie Beck 4 The colors came second, after noticing this remarkable arrangement on the tide line. Two nearly identical shell fragments. A parallel arrangement. Two pebbles, autumn colors. One brilliant blue coquina. There are many stories here. > Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailPinterestLike this:Like Loading... Related
Stunning! This absolutely falls into the “Framing” category. Even the minute details of the sand are awesome. Note the little lady bug – like colored elongated sphere just left of the left shell! M
Oh my goodness! Thank you so very much. I first noted the identical shells, then began to see other pieces of the composition. BUT . . . I had not noticed the insect until you mentioned it! Thanks so much for your thoughtful comment. It made the morning!
I think we’d have to emphasize lady bug – “LIKE”, as it is likely not an actual insect – but sure is a good imposture! I love the colors, and close inspection seems to show a few other similar “grains.” Love the image!
Thanks so very much!