The sun emerges slowly from the sea, hesitating as if the heaviness of the water is holding it back. The small beach is full of crabs that were washed ashore by the tide and eaten by the seagulls. One crab carcass has been flipped over and now it catches the morning sunlight.
There’s nobody around.
The soft waves carry the memory of water in an endless back and forth.
The photos below respond to this week’s Lens-Artists Photo Challenge, “Summer Vibes”, hosted by Andre. They are all about water and light, and how it feels to be on a deserted seashore at dawn.