Beauty in Decal, States of Erosion Image #3

Beautiful States of Erosion Image #3, Coastal Fine Art Nature Photography PrintStates of Erosion Image 3 Whelk Shell Fine Art Nature Photography

This project was created to showcase the details & color variations of a variety of Whelk shells found in Hatteras, North Carolina. These shells where found logged in the grooves of a large steel jetty near the site of the old Cape Hatteras Lighthouse; they were there for an unknown amount of years and each is in its own state of erosion. The project was designed to highlight the smooth edges that formed on the shells from the years of tumbling on the ocean floor or the water rushing over them once they were logged in the jetty. The shells were all photographed on a solid black background to eliminate any distractions & to keep the focus strictly on the curves, colors, & damage of the shells.

Title: Beautiful State Of Erosion Image 3
Fine Art Nature Photographer: Melissa Fague
Genre: Coastal / Nature Photography
Item ID# NAT-2129

Prints of this nature photograph are available at: PI Photography and Fine Art located in Bear Delaware. Melissa F. in Bear, DE on Houzz

Beautiful States of Erosion Image #3, Coastal Fine Art Nature Photography Print on CanvasBeautiful States of Erosion Image #3, Coastal Fine Art Nature Photography Print  Framed wall art example

Beautiful States of Erosion Image #3, Coastal Fine Art Nature Photography Print on Canvas hung example

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