Spin art (again), golden pebble, and mollusk air hole. Alignment. Serenity.
At first glance, just a bit of long-dead coral. I was attracted more to the shadow than I was to the rock. I did notice the larger mollusk in the center when I photographed it. It was alive – I … Continue reading
The beach is largely monochromatic, so this pink creature caught my eye. Nestled by the coral, likely washed up together, it could not survive long with the tide moving to low. We cannot identify it for certain, but believe it … Continue reading
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