It’s been ages since I published a post… I am still dazzled, though, by the tide line’s small wonders. This tiny jingle shell seems impossibly delicate to have survived the surf.
Happy Thanksgiving to those in the States! To those who are not, it’s always good to take a moment and be thankful … even without a holiday. Oh, and for those who might not be familiar with Thanksgiving traditions, this photo evokes one of the holiday’s symbols, a turkey wishbone.
There was something about this simple sea grass and other small bits that drew me in. Perhaps it is because I am looking for a bit of calm in the current political climate…..
To me, this pebble and shell fragment are an abstraction of the people walking past (over) it on the timeline.
It is funny how so very often like colors and hues seem to be drawn together along the tide line.
The early morning sun and a low tide can combine to create fantastical shadow play. Admittedly, one has to walk the tide line with an imaginative eye.
Model Chinese Junk: Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery.
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