Edited…moved shells on right edge in and removed shells on the edge
Yet another image from my recent La Jolla trip a couple of weeks ago. As I was walking along the beach, these green strands of seaweed caught my eye as they randomly swirled through seashells in the sand. I had but a few seconds to grab this single shot before the next wave came in and rearranged the composition. I thought of the simple pleasures in life that we all have and sometimes take for granted.
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Does the composition work for you?
Are the shells along the Right side of the frame too close to the edge?
Does the feather sticking halfway out of the top of the frame grab your eye?
Is this a composite: No
Z711, 24-70mm lens @ 39mm, ISO 160, 1/80th @f/11, hand held
Movement and stillness in one frame. Tremendous. I would see about including or excluding whole shells on the border so it is more harmonious, but really, that’s not too critical. The shape of the seagrass is so graceful. The shells and rocks a solid counterpoint as is the sand itself. Really a great catch.