Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Rockpools















17 comments:

marja-leena said...

Wow, so beautiful! Good enough to eat. Or print!!

the polish chick said...

gorgeous. makes me miss the ocean all the more...

herhimnbryn said...

So clear! Treasures of the seashore.

Rouchswalwe said...

The eye just wants to keep exploring. Keep floating and diving. Taking these scenes in soothes.

jo(e) said...

What cool glimpses ....

Fire Bird said...

gloriously intimate shots ... the water looks like a strange veil in the first one.

Plutarch said...

You catch the iodine smell of seaweed, when you look at these. The first picture is full of sculpture. In fact it almost renders sculpture superflous.

Zhoen said...

Cozy wee homes for snails and algae. Lovely.

Nimble said...

Makes me wish I could go crouch by tidepools and watch the tiny rooms. I like the last one best, the specks of sand on the bladderwrack (or whatever kind of seaweed that is).

Isabelle said...

Beautiful! Have you got a really good camera or are you just a really good photographer? Or both.

FigMince said...

Me too. What they all said, and more.

HKatz said...

The lovely things you discover, worlds within worlds.

Jean said...

I can smell the sea, taste the salty air...

Rosie said...

Surely she saw sea shells by the seashore...

Your word verification sounds like an uppercrust insult...you invart you!

Crafty Green Poet said...

these are gorgeous photos! What lovely rockpools!

marly youmans said...

I really love the colors and shapes in all of these, the mix of rock and water, bladderwrack (or whatever it is) and shell, etc. Delicious.

Maura Coughlin said...

Nice photos! I have a blog that is mostly about art and material culture in Brittany-- with some of my own rockpool photos-- perhaps you would be interested. I read some of your posts of travels in Brittany with great interest.

http://materialbrittany.blogspot.com/2013/07/seaweed.html