Hearts in Hands: We Heart Sea Glass

I always drag my camera equipment to the beach. It’s not just a point and click I carry with me – it’s a big, honking Lowepro backpack carrying my Nikon D70s and two lenses. After a few miles of walking, it feels like a burden.  Oftentimes I bring the camera and don’t end up taking any photos. Today I snapped a few during the last few minutes of our trip to the beach. The kids were tired and aching to get back into the car. The dog was soggy and sandy. And my legs were tired and not in the mood for doing squats (which is the norm when I take photos. ) Somehow I  rounded up my girls and my husband, filled their hands with sea glass and snapped a few photos. I’m glad I made the effort.  This is one of my favourite sea glass shots. I love how my husband’s hand forms a heart around the glass, and my little girls’ hands form an upside down heart. And I love the colours. I am going to have this one enlarged and framed to remind me of a perfect Easter day at the beach.

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I love this photo!! It’s beautiful, What lens did you use? The 90mm you spoke about? I looked on your Etsy page and don’t see any of your beautiful jewelery for sale.
Thanks for sharing,

Hi Jude. I used my 35mm lens for this photo. I haven’t put any jewelry on my Etsy site yet… I’ve been sidetracked with other things.. but it is my intention within the next few months. Thanks so much for leaving a comment:)

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