Even the strangest of objects cannot overshadow the perfection of the mussel/sand hole arrangement on the left side of this photo. Quite an unusual array of conjoined objects in the forefront, though. I loved the juxtaposition of the ordered miniature … Continue reading
The foam is impossibly thick after a storm, blowing across the beach in huge pieces. Creeping up upon unsuspecting sea creatures.
Remnants of a sand crab. A feather dropped from one of the beach-feasters. The reality? Both beauties.
These feathers settled together beautifully. I love the blue on the inside of the sand crab carapace… it seems to hold a gentle bit of the sky within!
The remnants of four different species: half of a sand crab (also know as a mole crab or sand flea), a dropped feather from a great black-back gull, a tiny wasp, and a scattering of salp. Salp are fascinating little … Continue reading
This was a challenge to focus with the lens that I had on the camera, but I could not pass up the chance to try to photograph this so very small and unusual cluster. The beach was positively littered with … Continue reading
Why the tide line? Isn’t the ocean itself distracting, compelling? The reasons why I started to notice and ultimately become captivated by the tide line on beaches wherever I travel, are many. Below are just a new of them. – … Continue reading
A piece of a mussel shell positioned perfectly beside the remainders of a gull’s breakfast. Maybe I was tired, and it was just a bit too early in the morning, but it sure looked like a shark’s head going after … Continue reading