Rough hewn, yet delicate. Color-burst amidst monochrome. This still life is in perfect balance.
Downy bits of feather and a sugar-crust delicate shell were arranged just perfectly for an understated still life. Understated, but absolutely elegant.
Blown to the very edge of the tide, this set of pine needles lasted only seconds after the photo was taken. The early morning shadow creates a lovely crest in the sand.
In one sense, all shells found on a tideline are old; they are the remaining evidence of a mollusk that is no longer there. However, this particular slipper shell seems ancient. While the creature was, no doubt, beautiful in life, … Continue reading