I thought a splash of color might be welcome.
The colors transcend perfect form. That these tiny shells survived being tossed to the tide during a storm makes them more beautiful.
Imprint of reed from Carboniferous Era.
Once we ‘focused’ the beach was full of angles, textures, and colors. Remarkable!
Joggins Fossil Cliffs, Nova Scotia, Canada
The bottom left pebble is absolutely enchanting; all those colors are packed into a small, flat stone less than an inch in diameter. Magical!
No place to go, so they might as well pose for my camera.
Shell and Brick.
Broken and Worn.
Marine-born and Man-made.
Similar in color; both eroded by the ocean’s fury.
Rough hewn, yet delicate. Color-burst amidst monochrome. This still life is in perfect balance.