Tuesday, February 9, 2016

The Writing is on the Wall...

Chaos

This is my favorite kind of art. And it's not on a wall at all. The random squiggles are created by little Hydrobia snails. And the rest, well, they are simply created by Mother Nature herself. While she's on Holiday of course!  I've been enjoying these creations ever since my first Costa Rica trip. The varied and artistic visions are endless.  And the canvas is my favorite place to be. The beach! I'm sorry to say I've defaced a few of these master pieces.  The culprit...

shown here.



Beach Trees.  The naturalist. 


Beach waves. The sensual artist.



Undulating leaf. It's priceless.


The minimalist


The caffeinated


The random-ist


The dazed and confused


The Jackson Pollock wannabe


And my favorite.  The lover.

Happy Valentine's Day!

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26 comments:

Tina Fariss Barbour said...

Wow, these are mesmerizing! Nature gives us so much beauty and art if we just notice.

DJan said...

Wow, Sharon! These are super wonderful. I could not pick a favorite, but the undulating leaf keeps me coming back to look again and again. :-)

Stephanie said...

Wow! These are super nice to see.

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

I love seeing your beach art captures!

Tweedles -- that's me said...

These are all masterpeices!! They are beautiful!
love
tweedles

Pamela Combs said...

Love these. See some patterns on the beach but none as beautiful as these.

Elizabeth Edwards said...

so cool. i love the names. so fun to see in real life ... you have such a creative mind. love that! ( :

HOOTIN ANNI said...

Amazing captures!!

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Those are pretty nice!

I have some big bark pieces like that. The patterns were carved by beetle larvae. (Unfortunately, we are losing lots of trees to those beetles.)
~

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

These pictures make me unduly happy! I could enlarge, frame and happily look at them every day of my life (since I can't actually walk on a quiet beach every day).

Caren Gittleman said...

my favorite is the "indulating leaf" DakotasDen

Sarah Coggins said...

What gorgeous creations! And laughing at some of your titles - especially "the caffeinated." Definitely fits! :)

Our Seaside Baby said...

Beautiful beach art. Truly amazing what nature creates :) #PhotoFriday
Our Seaside Baby

Pierced Wonderings said...

What beautiful patterns in the sand! Thank you for sharing them with us at Photo Friday!

Breathtaking said...

Amazing images,they would look spectacular in frames. I loved all the captions, they fitted perfectly.:)

Molly said...

These are amazing

Mollyxxx

Mary said...

So beautiful! Nature has the very best art. Effortless and brilliant every single time!

Linda Hensley said...

Beautiful!! Happy Valentine's Day!

Gunilla B├Ąck said...

Wonderful patterns! I love this kind of art.

Cathy Keller said...

They are al so breathtaking! How beautiful!! Thank you!

MartiDIY said...

Those are great! Some of them look more like art than paintings.

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Klara said...

artistic indeed.

Lyn Lindfield said...

I love the Jackson Pollock wannabe. Are you sure you didn't take it in an art gallery somewhere?

Brighton Mama said...

I've already commented to say how much I love these, such unique photographs. Also wanted to say thanks so much for linking up to #MyFavouriteTrip Polly x

Pat Tillett said...

Mother Nature is one heck of an artist, that is for sure. Your photos of these things are fantastic Sharon.