“Under the brine you won’t notice the dark
Can stone and steel and horses heels
Ever explain the way you feel?
From Scapa Flow to Rotherhithe,
I felt the lapping of an ebbing tide
Oh the heavy water how it enfolds
The salt, the spray, the gorgeous undertow
Always, always, always the sea
Brilliantine mortality.”

~ British Sea Power – from the song Carrion

:: A solitary stem in a mini kelp forest that invited us in … inspiring a lyric of the sea and brilliantine mortality.

Bull Kelp as Art

(Shot on Elliott Bay in Seattle • Olympus OM-D E-M5 • Lumix 100-300mm • Processed in Lightroom and Nik ColorEfex & SilverEfex)