Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Since it is completely white outside again, I just may have to look at this bit of green off and on throughout the day!
Not much green visible on beach or front yards today here in the northeast! I do like the simplicity of this pebble and sand grains, though, regardless my need to post a cheery color today.
Another in the series of wind-swept tide line photos. A blowing-sand beach is remarkably monochrome. Like fog does to the air, wind strips a beach of color and softens forms. This sea lettuce was visible from a distance up the … Continue reading
A beach full of sea lettuce. Brilliant green against the generally monochrome tide line. The simplicity of this arrangement with the lost gull feathers and crab carapace is gentle, yet strikingly strong.
Green points the way. A delicate bit of seaweed leads the way. Start left to right. Little to big. Tightly closed to open. New to old. Life to gone.
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
red orange yellow GREEN blue indigo violet All the colors of the rainbow can be spotted in the tiny section of the tide line in this photo. The early morning sun shining on and through the solitary bit of sea … Continue reading
The simplicity of the green and orange in this one small stone, sitting isolated on the tide line, are evocative of summer. As a note, I rarely take stones home, no matter how lovely on the tide line. Once dry, … Continue reading
Cocklawburn Beach, Northumberland, has a pebbled area where the rocks are every color of the rainbow. This is a raw photo, and in it are the shades we more frequently associate with flowers, or a rainbow. Again, another reason why … Continue reading
Green-hued stones are unusual on this beach. The juxtaposition of this green stone next to the small, rounded piece of quartz creates a gentle landscape.