That's a great shot, Ryan! The pattern in the sand is very beautiful. I zoomed it in for more details. What is the dark line in the distance that seems to cross the sand? Greetings, Anne
OooooHHHHHHH Looks nice!!!!
Thanks Anne and Maria Jose!
Anne, there is first the dark line on the left that is the coastline of the Floria mainland south of Dunedin. There on the right, the nearer trees that grow on Caladesi Island itself, which lies a little way beyond the sandbar. Then much closer, on the sandbar itself, there are a few flocks of seagulls and pelicans standing at the far edge of the sandbar near the water.
Less dramatic, but truly beautiful!
Thanks Marilyn! This one is more about empty space than drama. Cheers, Ryan
I like it, too! It looks as if someone took a giant comb, and used a zigzag approach!
Thanks Smiley! This is a natural tidal pattern, but your comment reminds me of the resort beaches in Cancun. Every morning there are workers out on the beaches raking away seaweed that washed up during the night. I wonder if those rakes might leave a similar pattern?
Well, what do you know! Maybe they are! Never been to Cancun. Maybe someday, though! :)
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