At Lowell Point Beach I had an opportunity to use my macro lens to capture some of the living creatures that are exposed when the tide rolls out. There were a few barnacles clinging to the rocky store, and lots of seaweed wedged between the rocks.
As you can see in this photo, and some of the ones from yesterday, the shore really is alive with mussels and snails. I tried to be very careful walking around, but it was hard to navigate without crushing something. Every nook and cranny was inhabited.
I try to find beauty in the everyday, primarily through my photography, which I share here. I also try to keep my brain thinking creatively every day, even if the rest of me is not in the mood, so the posts here are as much for me as they are for you.