Interesting patterns comprising contrasting shapes, textures and strong colours can often be found among the wet seaweed at the water’s edge.
Filed under Abstract photos, Colour, Minimalist, Nature, Pattern, photography, Sand, Sea, Shore, Texture, Uncategorized
Tagged as kelp, low tide, seaweed, seaweed patterns, seaweed shapes, water's edge types of seaweed, wet seaweed
Wonderful colours! I’m always collecting little pieces of seaweed at the beach, the colour fades but the smell of the sea lingers!
I agree – the colours can be quite rich and strong. I like your description ‘the smell of the sea lingers’ and note the appropriate use of an exclamation mark!
Oh yes, rich colors and the textures are exciting as well.
Absolutely gorgeous! I particularly love the pale yellow images – so dainty and beautiful. A colour I would like to be, if I was one! hehehe 🙂
Now there’s a challenge for the imagination!!
Uh-huh! 🙂 …
Very interesting patterns and picture. Actually very beautiful.
Many thanks Bente.
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