Above is a belated image that I took at the Without Walls Festival hosted by the La Jolla Playhouse. New York-based puppeteer Basil Twist recruited a group of local volunteers and delivered an awesome performance.
If I could describe it properly, the Seafoam Goddess emerged from the whitewash of the sea, like magic. She gently nodded her head from side to side, ocean water dripping from her hair and face. Two giant hands appeared on each side of her body, moving slowly and gently with the undulating waves of the water. Her large eyes opened and closed with grace. In a moment, her face changed and turned green. Her mouth was large and open with sharp teeth exposed. It reminded me of what I might be like waking up on a Monday morning, but I digress. All of a sudden, she converted back to her goddess self and eventually lowered herself back into the water, disappearing. Goodbye, Seafoam Goddess. Thank you for sharing your beauty and greatness.