Taking pictures of the seashore, and in general taking pictures of landscapes, is a very challenging enterprise. Landscape is a creation of the 18th century, yielding images that before that time would have seemed empty for the lack of a foreground subject. Because of that void, landscape is very easily deadly boring. In my view, it should always be approached like a abstract form of art. That is: considering the image for what it is more than for what it represents. Here’s a masterclass in beauty and nothingness from the shores of North Carolina by Yvonne Boyd. Seen on LensCulture.