Thursday, June 9, 2011

Sand patterns

I do not post many macro photos, but here is a close up of patterns in the sand on Tamarindo beach. These patterns made by the slowly receding water are a function of the gradual slope of the beach.

We have photos of the gardens in the villas on the Borromeo Islands in Lake Maggiore, Italy, posted this week on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site.

9 comments:

Kate said...

It's a weirdly beautiful patterned shot.

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brattcat said...

like silk.

Sharon said...

I always like to study patterns!

Lisa Wilson said...

Great shot! It's like a strange topographical map. We had a group of teenagers in Costa Rica for an end of the school year trip last week. They loved it there!

Jarart said...

I love the color of the sand. At first I thought it was the landscape shot from an airplane.

Jack said...

The patterns are interesting and a nice change of pace.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

cool

JM said...

Mother Nature is the greatest of the artists. This is wonderful! Well spotted, Dave.

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