Silent Beauty

So today I took my camera out again

There’s something very pleasing about shells I find. 

One of the many wonders of nature for me, are shells. Just the intricate shapes that are formed simply by withstanding the push and pull and the deep currents of the sea. 

It reminded me of a silly poem I wrote on my first day in 7th grade. The teacher was trying to get us to be creative, or she was just trying to get some quiet on the first day. By making us write poems about the beach.

I wrote about shells.

I can’t remember what I wrote exactly but I think it went something like this.

 Shells. 

Lying there softly and perfectly placed on a bed of hundreds of grains of sand

Telling a story of the sea 

 Some, a home to the magnificent creatures of the sea smaller than your nail

In all different shapes and sizes and patterns, 

Silent Beauty,

Shells.

..Oh dear. Quite amateur. Ugh it doesn’t even rhyme.

But I remember my teacher particularly liked the “silent beauty” description of shells. 

So do I. When I took these photos today, on a quiet beach while these shells were just lying their minding their own business, but calling me to them and prompting me to take a picture.

Silent beauty indeed. 

Days Like This

There are good days and there are bad days.

But when you’re driving home tired and low and you can see a sunset like this through the car window on your left

And the rising full moon on your right,

It makes you feel as though the world is reminding you that there’s always something to feel good about.

And tomorrow is a brand new day.

Pastel Shades 

I know I’ve gone on about Summer feels and how things look very exciting and bright in pictures.

I’ve also talked about how winter makes everything look calmer and deeper.

I’ve recently noticed that coming up to Autumn, everything has pastel shades.

Like the pictures I’ve taken above. The colours are just so easy on the eyes. Everything is just the right tone to show that seasons are changing and the air is becoming more crisp. The sun is there but only just. The weather is lovely and calm but not too cold. 

It’s a different kind of ‘filter’.