Sunday, 31 July 2016

Nature's Beach Patterns and Colour

Sunday 17 July

I was visiting my brother in Innisfail, North Queensland. 
We drove to Mission Beach and enjoyed an 8.5 km hike along the Kenndy Trail, on the coastline. The tide was well out and my attention was drawn to small bumps at the water's edge. Investigation showed that they were the coiled castings of the sand or lugworm. I became mesmerised by the variety of patterns on the sand and so the idea of this post was conceived.
















Yes, nature is truly amazing!

I would love to read your comment.

6 comments:

  1. Love those photos of the lines and patterns in the sand! Yes, indeed nature is amazing.

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  2. Little works of art every one! Lovely images, have a wonderful week :)

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  3. The is a fine selection... lines, patterns, shapes, textures, colors... I can almost smell the beach in some of the shots. Good stuff, Helen.

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  4. Yes Helen, walking on seashores gives a lot of subjects to photograph. Even the marine biodiversity on the shores are plenty, i miss going to one too. I love your finds as well. Thanks for visiting my post.

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  5. Yes Helen, walking on seashores gives a lot of subjects to photograph. Even the marine biodiversity on the shores are plenty, i miss going to one too. I love your finds as well. Thanks for visiting my post.

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