An almost sad still life. A desiccated jelly fish, dead coral, and a well-sanded organism of not quite clear origin, together, left by a previous very high tide. It was very windy that week, and the wind scooped out the sand from around them.
The spot of pink left on the coral echoes back to a marine life well lived.
This piece of coral and a shell, photographed on a Florida beach, bear quite a resemblance to a rather secretive and perhaps mythical inhabitant of our SW deserts. Jody this is for you! (www.beachtreasuresandtreasurebeaches.com).
Celebrating today’s projected high temperature of 45F! I almost never include any man-made item in a tide line still life. This footprint next to a piece of coral evocative of a foot was too much to resist.
I could look at this still life for a very long time and not tire of it. It is so soothing.
Dance! Run! Move into the new year with joy! This tiny piece of coral seemed to be dancing across the tide line. Such a delight to find!
One of three heart-rocks (this one is coral) found this morning on a short walk with my beloved. A brief meeting in Miami for him and mileage airfare for me provided us the opportunity. The quick walk together on the … Continue reading
Pink. Merbaby, perhaps?
Downy bits of feather and a sugar-crust delicate shell were arranged just perfectly for an understated still life. Understated, but absolutely elegant.