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TIDE POOL LIFE – SEAWEEDS, SEA SHELLS, ANEMONES & SEA URCHINS

TIDE POOL LIFE – Illustrations from my photographs.  After large winter storms, clumps of sea weeds & sometimes a branch of coral wash up onto the beach.  One winter lots of living Wavy Turban shells ended up on the beach, too.  Hopefully the high tide arrived & took them all back to their home in the sea.  Decades ago Shell Beach in La Jolla had wonderful tide pools filled with sea anemones, hermit crabs, sea urchins & lots of sea shells.  Spending time at the beach has always been soul fulfilling.  When I spend time looking at these photos & creating illustrations from them, I remember that I will always carry this beauty in my heart.

TIDE POOL LIFE – ILLUSTRATIONS WITH PHOTOS

TIDE POOL LIFE:  ILLUSTRATIONS & PHOTOS – More art utilizing my photographs of tide pool life with illustrations.  This project has brought me so much joy!

SUMMER VACATION – Sea Shells – Handmade Book

SUMMER VACATION – HANDMADE BOOK/ART JOURNAL – Using my sea shell photographs taken on the beach along with illustrations and information about the shells.  I imagine this book as an inspiration to go to the beach and “collect” shells by taking home their photos in their natural environment, researching their names (perhaps by using my book “A Guide to San Diego Sea Shells” – sold on Amazon!) and doing sketches of the shells.  We can enjoy walks on the beach and protect our coastal environments.  I have seen beaches here in San Diego that 40 years ago had shells and today have none.  If we hope to have future generations enjoy seeing shells on the beach, then we must “Leave Nothing, Take Nothing”.