This pic was taken a couple of weeks ago at Kei Mouth Beach. There is limited sand now on the 'beach' and this is what has replaced it - masses of churned up shells. But i think they are so pretty in their own way - so many different colours and textures right under our noses - but do we ever take the time to really look and notice?
Following on last week's theme of "Natural beauty", I suggested "Mother Nature" for two reasons. The first, as we both wanted to do nature last week but didn't, I though it would be great almost forcing it this week. The second reason was totally selfish - I knew we would be in the Pilansberg for the weekend and I thought I would get the perfect animal shot. I got quite a few nice ones, but at the end, this one speaks tome of Mother Nature. The way a tree will find it's way around a rock, shaping and changing to survive and thrive. A good subject, but at the end it's the lines and the textures that make this photo.