Tide Pools Beneath Your Feet

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Beneath Your Feet.”

Tide Pool Invaders

This is a pretty common thing to do if you live near a beach. During low tide thousands of visitors to Laguna Beach explore our tide pools. We even have guides to help explain the care they need to take while searching for sea creators beneath their feet.

The tide pools are a fragile environment that is easily destroyed. So if you decide to venture out onto your local tide pools take care and be aware of what’s Beneath Your Feet.

What Inspires Me

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Inspiration.”

I’ve been trying to come up with a small essay to explain my Inspiration. It took awhile to figure out that one wasn’t necessary.

Simple put:

My Photography is my Inspiration

 

That’s Easy The Balance Ball

Just Sits There
Jut Sits There

I bought the ball several months ago but I’ve been really lazy about getting on it and learning the various exercises. The main problem is my left ear. The middle inner ear is damaged and has been most of my life. This effects my balance big time including getting the hang of the balance ball.

It’s not like I put the ball in the closet and forget about it. It’s right behind me on the floor as I lay back on the sofa watching the Tour de France.

Gotta get off the sofa.

Maybe tomorrow.

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Shoulda Woulda Coulda.”

We Moved

We’re not leaving Word Press but we moved over to our web site, photoessayist.com, and put the blog there. That’s the great advantage of Word Press, besides being free, you can installed a version of Word Press at your own web site.

So go to www.photoessayist.com/blog or use www.photoessayist.net to get to the same place.