Patterns at my feet

Whilst walking on the seashore last week, looking for anything unusual that might have been left behind by the ebbing tide, I became increasingly attracted to the pebbles themselves.  In fact, it was a shingle beach so the pebbles were very small  –  the largest not more than 3cms across  –  and yet the variety of shapes, colours, textures and patterns was fascinating.  How easy it is to overlook the familiar!

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10 responses to “Patterns at my feet

  1. So true, they are each interesting.

  2. Nice work, it’s so easy to overlook those small details. Usually we don’t think of pebbles as a photographic subject, but your pictures show how much we can achieve by looking at things we a fresh eye. The light on these pebbles are beautifully soft and warm. My favourite photo is the first one, I just like the structure and pattern.

  3. I am so enjoying reading your blog and, although I’m sure you already have one of these, I’ve nominated you for The Versatile Blogger Award. Please see my post ‘Thank You! The Versatile Blogger Award’ for more details.

    • Sue, very many thanks for nominating me for The Versatile Blogger Award. I am delighted that you enjoy my blog and I greatly appreciate your support, but I’m going to politely decline the nomination, simply because I prefer things to stay as they are – and that includes seeing your continued regular visits to the site. Again, many thanks.

  4. Gigi Galore

    These are just beautiful! I can feel the warmth on my feet, hear them cluncking together, feel them!

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