In truth, they are eroded shells rather than bones but I prefer this title!
Filed under Art, Minimalist, Nature, photography, Shore, Uncategorized
Tagged as black & white, monochrome, still life
A beautiful study of shape and form; the black and white is perfect.
Thanks Lynn. The unusual shapes caught the eye.
Few of us really consider that the creatures who inhabited these artistic homes are gone, leaving their shells in various and beautiful stages of erosion and decay for us to enjoy. Elegant “bones” here Louis.
A thought well worth reflecting on. Thanks Elena.
The tones the light brings life to these dead “bones” (and they do look like bones don’t they!?). A beautiful composition and as bluebrightly says of shape and forms.
Many thanks Otto. The composition was, in fact, quite natural. My contribution involved removing the busy clutter of the background to show the shapes to advantage.
That is a wonderful composition, and the ‘bones’ are gorgeous.
Very nice, Louis!
Thanks Karen. Nature can be a wonderful sculptor!
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