Difficult to know what to say here, Lucille. Lovely colours, textures, but hideous littering of our endangered seas and marine life.
Yes it gave me a lot to think about. I'll be taking a bag next time.
The artist Kurt Jackson makes collages with all the beach debris he finds - there, I've found a new hobby for you.
Lucille, thank you for this series of photos. It was good to follow your steps and your sights. I could hear the crunch. Is this mix of stones and shells what is called shingle?Maybe take along a bag for a picking up if you retrace your steps. I really liked the composition possibilities that the overlays gave.xo
Yes it's a shingle beach with sand at low tide and an area of ancient fossilised forest at one end. I'll be taking a bag next time and then maybe I can take up Elaine's suggestion.
And speaking of meditative states:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nOsdS5irjAo
It's a bit sad about the rubbish. I think most of it comes from ships.