Fossilised Ammonites gather dust among my treasures. Fingering their whorls and ridges conjures images of them pulsing about in warm, shallow seas one hundred million years ago. The Pearly Nautilus, a relative of these coiled nautiloids, survives today. A small leap of the imagination created this image – a Nautilus adrift on a sea of Ammonites.
Studio, Bowral, New South Wales
Nikon D80, Nikkor AF micro 60mm, 1/200, f10, ISO 400by Kathie Atkinson, New South Wales