My photography skills were definitely not up to this task, but I needed to share the gentle loveliness of this small still life. The tide line positively glistened with salp yesterday morning; it was like a comet’s tail along the water in the early morning sunlight.
The simplicity of this still life is what captivated me. The ‘branches’ were some sort of transparent marine plant, and they blended into the wet sand. Their almost invisible delicacy, and their placement with the salp and the other minute … Continue reading
I love the textures and patterns found in sea plants – not surprising since I also love gardening. In fact, I am know to lag behind during a dive to linger at a bit of unusual algae. When a lovely … Continue reading
If finding a heart rock makes the day lucky, then this should have won me the lottery. Tiny beach in the British Virgin Islands. Ancient, tumbled bit of coral, encrusted with algae. Absolutely beautiful, and what a surprise! This is … Continue reading
White scroll algae dances through the waves to land on the tide line. Part pirouette, part whirling dervish, its dance brings it for me to discover on the shore.