Habit: Beachcombing

I remember waking up on beach vacations as a child and being able tell my mom had returned from her routine early morning beach walk.  There would be an accumulation of treasures on the deck - sea glass, rocks, drift wood.  As my sister and I got older, we would join my mom on these walks.  The three of us spread along the coast looking for our own meaning of beauty.  I've continued this tradition of beach combing on nearly all of our travels.  I've found pieces of porcelain on the shores in Japan, sea urchins on Martha's Vineyard, sand dollars on the Oregon coasts and shells of varying shapes on shapes in Mexico, Thailand, Brazil, Indonesia, India and Guatemala.  The collections are always subtle reminders of our various trips and travels past.  So when I came across photographer Jennifer Booher's store on Etsy, I was in my own little bit of beachcombing heaven.  I love way the way that she has documents her findings in these simple graphic images. Spend some time on her site and check out her other photographs!