A moon jellyfish, shredded by the fury of the waves, left a piece of itself on the beach to be discovered. By me. It was gone with the next wave.
Pink. Merbaby, perhaps?
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
Spotting a heart-rock (or coral, in this case), makes it a lucky day. At least that’s what I tell my granddaughter. This little treasure was nestled perfectly in a cluster of stones and coral at the end of a bay. … 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
Shell fragment imitating flesh. Sand filled with small holes. Coquina vents? Pebble with small hole that mirrors holes in sand. Lots of imitating going on here, and lots to look at.