I get by with a little help from my friends… Sue and I share our faith, a love for photography and nature. Her post today over at Heavenly Raindrops inspired me this morning with hope for the future. I pray it blesses you as well. Enjoy!
Sand frozen in time
Layered canyon sea barrier
Tide swiftly washes
When I took this photo, the tide was receding. An entire section of the shore stood taller than that closer to the ocean, with the sand above separated by the collapse of the wet shore beneath. The tide had formed a miniature sea wall, like a barrier.
However, when photographed from a close up perspective, the wall looked as large as that of the Grand Canyon, with the shells on the surface above mere spectators of the imposing scene below.
The wall was actually only about a foot high and was really no match for the next high tide.
Varied perspectives in photography intrigue me, particularly close shots. I like the details in things, especially in nature. Things that others sometimes miss.
I also try to appreciate people others dismiss. It…
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