Like most of you out there in blog-land I try to take pictures that are interesting. This often means we take pictures that are easy to look at.
This may not be the case with this image.
At present I am working on some words to do with full-circles, journeys, beginnings and endings - these will appear (with luck) on my wordy blog in a couple of weeks.
This is one of the natural encounters that starting me thinking about this.
It's all the remains of an adult Australian Pelican that I found on the edge of a breeding colony on Mud Islands in Port Phillip Bay. The successful chicks and adults had all left. The colony was empty apart from the remains of the birds who came to the end of the road this season.
I was drawn to the way the bird seemed to be turning back into sand - being turned back into the building blocks of new life in the age old process of decay.
All reactions appreciated.
You can find more macro images at Macro Monday 2 and I Heart Macro. SM