Using a Pentax K1000, Dia film, and in-camera multiple exposure methods, I photographed Ever Drifting on the Wild Atlantic Way and in the Midlands of Ireland. I gave Ever Drifting its name from the poem, Seaweed, by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.

Ever Drifting shows seaweed washed up onto the shore. Its colors of browns and black are subdued. There are hints of green and purple in the blackness of the seaweed. When you look at Ever Drifting, follow the spiral motion of the seaweed. Watch it transform into silhouetted trees and then encircle the tree in the center. Notice how the coral sand rises up to become this tree. Ever Drifting fine art print gently reminds us to move with the tides.

I gave Ever Drifting its name from the poem, Seaweed, by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.

Using a Pentax K1000, Dia film, and in-camera multiple exposure methods, I photographed Ever Drifting on the Wild Atlantic Way and in the Midlands of Ireland.

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