Photo by Jeff Wefferson

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Sand art of great barrier island

I always loved the concept of art created by a natural collaboration of sand, wind, water, tides and the invisible creative power of life itself. I have stayed on great barrier island (New-Zealand) for extended amounts of time, in my friends guesthouse, that they are so kindly sharing! It's only 400 meters from the beach, and i was a frequent visitor, several hours of the day! Watching the changes in light and tide. The beautiful ocean, an overpowering friend, i became intimately connected with her and her creatures. But this posting is the honoring of the sand-point of view of this beach, i hope to explore more in other postings :-) So here.. the art, visible from the sand-grains

Amazing what the ocean has to offer, a sea-dog?

some jellyfish

loving shells (that's just my 'romantic' mind making that up)

the golden sand-maiden

human joining in the art project


imagine

Blue bottle jeffyfish

flower foot

perfect circle

aaah.. love the colors

coffee-froth

superb

when the colored shells came in

big storm came through


4 comments:

MF said...

Hey, nice pics. Are they yours?

BlueAquaticSnoezieQ said...

hey, absolutely all my own photos here
Thank you for coming by ;-)

Wadjella Yorga said...

these are wonderful!

Katerina Atkinson said...

Beautiful pictures Lisbeth. It's about time you came back to the Garriwerd, springtime is here. And so is Jeff. I met him recently and bought a couple of his rocks. You are a couple of very talented people. Hope to meet you too. Katia