Sunday, December 27, 2009

Outgoing tide

I spent about an hour this afternoon walking on my "secret" beach, managing to time my departure just before the rains began. Most of what I shot were rock abstracts taken along the bluffs, but I also liked this orange rock sitting on blue-black sand, with grasses swirling around it. The outgoing tide swept the grasses in one general direction and created gentle, photogenic curves. ©Carol Leigh


Linda J said...

This image is lovely. It reminds of an underwater scene - a tropical fish among the kelp swaying in the current. And you didn't even have to get wet!

Carol Leigh said...

Yes, it does have an aquarium look. I knew there was something appealing about the grasses, and you put your finger on it. Thanks. -- Carol Leigh