I like found objects, simple things. Sticks. Stones. Large leaves. Shells. Most nature watching comes into the class of found objects as well. Chance encounters. Fleeting glimpses. I don't like it as much when the wildlife is on tap, around bird feeders, or begging for food.
Beaches are some of the best places I know for found objects. They change hour by hour and a morning walk, best just after high tide, always seems to bring something to light. Some living, some not. These are set of pictures I made of some of the shells we found during our week on Magnetic Island. I don't know what most of them are, but for me that's part of the charm of shells, they seem so fine and yet so unknowable. I hope you like them.
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