11 thoughts on “Sea Foam IV

  1. I like it how the top pops forward, more than it “should,” if that makes sense. I guess that is like Tanguy too (re above comment), maybe.

    1. Yes, it’s an unusual effect. The sun was at a very low angle here, and so there were shadows for each of the sea foam squiggles. That’s probably what gives this picture such a tactile sense of shape and space. Thanks for stopping by, Rose.

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