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Worm Casts

I believe they are from Lugworms.

My last shot of the day on the recent epz members' meet down at Climping in lowish light levels around sunset.

I got this far with the processing, changed the temperature so that the sand looked the "sandy" colour I thought it should be but then decided I liked it as it was.

Perhaps a bit too blue for a true image but this is Jeff getting creative Wink

Tags: Winter Beach Sand Casts West sussex Worms Landscape and travel Climping Worm Casts

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puffant 10 4 Wales
21 Feb 2011 7:57PM
i think the blue works well, and I like the perspective too.

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Juliee 11 382 4 England
21 Feb 2011 10:52PM
That blue make the sand look like ice! So gives it a whole different feel.
Unfortunately I can't help thinking the worm casts must be polar bear droppings. (Sorry Wink)

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