Yet another blog post, maybe not two in two days but two in three. I would have posted yesterday except for the fact I took only about 7 pictures, some more lamp ones similar to the ones I posted last time (except not as cool) then one of foam (under fluorescent light it wasn't amazing) and bread (not interesting). Beautiful sunshine outside today, coaxed me outside and I took some pictures down on the beach.
First the sunshine was beautiful, even though it was crisp outside.
It took me awhile to find something to photograph. Ok, not really but I wasn't sure what to photograph until I came across a little section of the beach littered in barnacles.
I miss the sunshine so much when I feel like taking photos. It's a photographer's best friend, sometimes.
I found this cute little snail and had to take a picture of it before it slid away.
Then I had to take a picture of the lovely sunshine shining through the shell.
These barnacles looked so pretty in the sunlight.
I keep on finding pieces of gorgeous red crab shell on the beach (I have a claw picture I didn't post and the little red piece of shell on the rock in the last post were both a similar crab).
The kelp was beautiful in the sunlight.
I tried to get the beautiful sheen that you could see in this shell. You can kind of see it at the top, an aquamarineish, bluey, and pinky sheen right below the dark part of the shell.
The dried kelp had twisted in a very interesting way.
Loved the pretty crab shell.
This shell was also beautiful in the sunlight.
This one was like the other shell picture from the last post.
Really liked how this picture turned out. The kelp was actually a really bright green but it didn't translate.
How the sunset looked after I was done taking pictures on the beach.
I saw the water droplet and had to take a picture of it.
This post turned out much longer then I thought it was going to be. Well, shows that I took more pictures then I thought, or at least that they translate into a pretty long blog post. Well, lets hope that I'll have more photos for tomorrow.