Ah, you've been down to the water. :)
That was back in Massachusetts.
The colors of nature, or the effects of nature, both are quite beautiful.
I so agree with that.
Ooohh. Rusty stuff!
Yeah, I'm a fan.
nice...love the rocks and rust...that one stone with a hole through it is so cool....
It's more of an indentation, I think - I don't believe the hole goes all the way through.
All of these are beautiful but I especially like the blue stone...
When I got this comment as an email, I thought, "What blue stone?" That's actually a piece of a mussel's shell.
Refreshing, thank you.
Awesome photos!Loved each and everyone, especially the 7th and 10th one down. I have this attracting to rusty metal. I thinks beautiful.Also, I love your post title. Very clever!X
On the one of the seaweed, can't you just fel the movement? I liked that.
Aaaahhhh! Briny :)
lots of great shots. it's hard to choose a favorite.
Well, thank you.
i'm embarrassed to say i don't get the title of this post, but boy are you a good observer and a good photographer. these shots are fantastic. texture....lovekj
In a multi-course meal, you eat something like sorbet in between course to cleanse the palate for a new taste. The last ost took it out of me, so the cleansing is more for me.
An amuse boche, each quite tasty. And now the entree?
I make no guarantees about entrees.
I'm sorry that exercise stirred up bad memories. These small, beautiful things should bring everything back into balance!
It's okay - it's not as if the memories aren't there. I just don't generally focus on them.
Good to see you back. I'll be by.
great interesting shots. I'm curious about the rusty bolts. Is that part of a pier structure?
It was part of an entry into a channel.
Great photos! I especially like #3, #6 and #9. Say, these photos would make an interesting personality test, don't you think? Better than Rorschach!
I like them, but they are too recognizable for a personality test. The Rorschach depends on its ambiguity.
The seventh picture looks like a map of Europe. Isn't that the UK and Ireland on the left-hand side?There's something about rusting rivets that makes me feel all warm and cosy inside...
I don't have a great schema for a map of Europe, so I'll have to take your word for it.I think there is something oddly comforting in the inevitable reclamation of everything by the earth. And the fact that rust is a warm color helps.
What is that brown, bumpy thing. If it was green, I'd think it was peas in a pod.