These photos were taken with care not to trample, harm, or disturb the marine organisms exposed at low tide. Some animals are difficult to see, covered by sand or camouflaged as part of the rocky landscape. For me, the best practice is to stay on the periphery of rocks and tide pools, making sure my footfall is in sand, avoiding substrates that could be holding and shielding small animals. I don’t move or pick up animals. All animals and plants were photographed as is, where they were when I encountered them.