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By widtink
Wee bit different for me this one, liked the overall pattern of the sand almost brain like and the way the water cuts thru it i find kinda nice Smile Can't think of a title thoughSad


Tags: General Specialist and abstract Seaside Landscape and travel

Voters: Rogerex, Hermanus, Jasper87 and 3 more

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Rogerex 11 32 12 Australia
13 Nov 2012 2:14AM
I like these natural patterns.

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Hermanus 5 4 South Africa
13 Nov 2012 4:42AM
Anyone who has ever walked on the water's edge will know how intriguing this can be to watch how the water sculpts the sand in ever changing patterns. I love this photo - well done Smile
Jestertheclown 9 7.7k 252 England
13 Nov 2012 9:27AM
I can see why you took this Ron.

It certainly works for me.

Jasper87 Plus
8 2.0k 150 England
13 Nov 2012 9:37AM
At The Water's Edge.... a lovely patterned abstract.

mrswoolybill Plus
11 1.2k 1929 United Kingdom
13 Nov 2012 9:52AM
Beautifully abstract, in that it works without needing a sense of scale. It's a close-up of sand ripples but it could equally be an aerial photograph of a riverbed.
I'd like to see a square crop taken from the lower part of the frame, where the tones are more even. Square contains an abstract very satisfyingly, the eye is freer to bounce around the frame rather than following a particular direction.
Tibetan 6 3 England
13 Nov 2012 2:27PM
Looks like scales on the back of a crocodile to me! quit an interesting pattern! also the holes could be the homes of razor clams, you pore salt down the hole and they shoot to the surface, and you grab them for the pot lovely, like the shot rod, don't forget the salt next time, regards Leon.GrinGrinGrinGrinGrin
widtink 5 406 2 Scotland
13 Nov 2012 9:15PM
Moira ive done what you suggested and it does work , i thought i likrd V1 for the way it flowed but actually V2 (square) is actually better , Thanks for the wee tip , will post it laterSmile


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