Photographs for this body of work are being made on Lewes Beach, Delaware at low tide and nearby Point Comfort at the tip of Cape Henlopen State Park where the bay meets the sea. The bay side of Point Comfort is a horseshoe crab spawning site which is closed off during spawning season in an effort to protect nesting migrating birds in the area. Feelings of "after" permeate the work with fragments of horseshoe crab carapace scattered under the shallow water. Life and death mingle in the tide pools. Small, gentle, undulating waves create patterns and sudden changes in light when, for example, a cloud covers the sun, create changes in color as well. To me, these changes speak of the transience of life.