Tuesday, June 14, 2011

In Living Color

Today we went to the beach in West Seattle with friends to see some of the lowest tides of the year and in search of sea life that is usually hidden under water.  As soon as we got out of the car, we were greeted by that “salty sea” smell that my friend Amy quickly pointed out. Just 20 minutes from home, it felt like we were a world away, at the seashore. Indeed, we saw many starfish, crabs, electric green seaweed and other cool things. There is something about the Seattle gray sky that makes colors pop. I hope you enjoy these shots from our cool and colorful day at the beach. And if you can make it to West Seattle this week the tides will be low until Friday. Check here for the schedule. It’s really a treat!

Between the colors and the smiles and the squeals of glee when we spotted another sea critter, it was a pretty amazing day at the beach!

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