I went to walk the tide line early this morning, but was distracted by this:
A winter beach, swept by wind and waves, creates dramatic patterns in the sand.
This photo was taken the same day as the flowers from yesterday’s post. Four petals are gently woven together in the shelter of a clam. Considering the fury of the waves, to find these so-delicate remains of a memorial flower … Continue reading
Autumn storms bring sometimes conjure up memories of summer in very tangible ways.
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