The days are so short in December … How about a bowl of warm sunshine to start the day?
I love how the very early sunshine makes this ancient shell look like carved marble. What luck to stumble upon this right at this moment! The mussel serves to draw the eye to the center light.
Tumbled by the sea, this moon shell has been polished by the glassy sand to a peachy spiral. Together, out of the water, the quartz sand and shell create a lovely still life. The tiny, white clam makes the peach … Continue reading →
Minute, new mussel. Ancient, sea-rounded pebble. Skeletal and worn moon shell. The colors – coral pink, creamy yellow, and the nascent iridescence of the mussel – cluster in isolated solidarity on an otherwise dull patch of tide line. I never … Continue reading →