A wave hits the rocks cradling one of my favorite tide pools at Cape Perpetua, Oregon.
A pair of sculpins and a hermit crab hang out in the quiet of the pool.
Green anenomes and feather boa kelp dine in the depths.
Another sculpin perfects its camouflage.
Mussels and gooseneck barnacles glean from the retreating tide.
One of the many shelters constructed from driftwood found along the local beaches. It appears to be a form of transitional art, some are very elaborate, and most only last till the next storm.