Tag Archives: Mussels
It is Thanksgiving. I am sitting here, coffee in hand, so very thankful that I have the privilege of walking the tide line so frequently. Ever since I was a little girl, the beach has been a place of peace and reflection for me, and now it is a source of imagination and creativity.
I wish you all, whether you are celebrating Thanksgiving or not, a day filled with thankfulness and joy.
The blowing sand this month is burying everything. Instead of wondering what is lost or hidden, though, I like to look at what remains as ’emerging’. The forms and colors that peek out of the sand are so different from … Continue reading
Nestled in Brilliant Sun
The sun was perfectly positioned to enhance the blues, both light and deep, in these mussels. Their accidental clustering by the outgoing tide created a well-balanced and attractive arrangement. Not too bad for mollusks that are, in themselves, extraordinarily ugly!