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What is this a picture of?

ChrisTom 10 72 United Kingdom
19 Apr 2011 8:21PM
I think I have been out with her.

Chris R.

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StrayCat 14 19.1k 3 Canada
19 Apr 2011 8:27PM
A Triffid!
lawbert 11 1.8k 15 England
19 Apr 2011 8:49PM
Are you still having focus problems with your third or fourth 7DTongue
sherlob Plus
12 2.9k 129 United Kingdom
19 Apr 2011 10:12PM
StrayCat 14 19.1k 3 Canada
19 Apr 2011 10:32PM
A Larch?
StrayCat 14 19.1k 3 Canada
19 Apr 2011 10:32PM
Something completely different???
f8 14 9.2k 22 England
19 Apr 2011 10:58PM
Underwater shot of tree roots.
Tooth 13 5.8k 227 Ireland
19 Apr 2011 11:56PM
sand on a beach at outgoing tode

(looks a bit grainy to me Wink )
StrayCat 14 19.1k 3 Canada
20 Apr 2011 12:47AM
We call them tides over here.Grin
cheddar-caveman 14 1.1k England
20 Apr 2011 1:52AM


Absolutely RIGHT! The beach near our hotel is made up of different coloured sand and the grains are of different weight, the darker sand stays under the lighter. When the tide has gone out, little rivulets run down the beach creating these wonderful patterns! Couldn't resist a few dozen pix!


Tooth 13 5.8k 227 Ireland
20 Apr 2011 10:28AM
What was the prize? Tongue Wink Smile
Tooth 13 5.8k 227 Ireland
20 Apr 2011 10:31AM
@ Straycat..

we call them todes

they're caused by the gravotatoinal pull if the miin

(must get this keybiard foxed Smile )
StrayCat 14 19.1k 3 Canada
20 Apr 2011 7:30PM
Lol! I see.Grin
Jay44 12 1.4k Wales
22 Apr 2011 10:27AM
Arial view of a valley or something like that?
23 Apr 2011 10:17AM
I got it straight away - I've taken load of images like those!
Sometimes they work, sometimes they don't; but they are always fun to take.

It's not just the water cutting through the layers of sand; I also love the way the waves leave bands of light and dark sand in very abstract patterns.
Here's one of mine taken fairly recently. It's blue because it was taken in the shadow of a cliff and the wet sand was reflecting the blue sky.

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