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Photographed at Denhams Beach, New South Wales, Australia as the tide was going
out. The tracks appear to indicate that a dog has mysteriously disappeared.

However, I am sure he was not taken by aliens, but merely had his tracks obliterated by
the receding tide after he ran into the water and exited in another area. “Elementary”
as a certain person would say.

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  • Trish Meyer
    Trish Meyeralmost 2 years ago


    Where did he go …
    Denhams Beach, New South Wales, Australia.

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    – Trish Meyer

  • kalaryder
    kalaryderalmost 2 years ago

    Oh that is great, should be on a cover of a novel

  • Thanks very much ! The title and upload were in my mind as I took the shot :)
    Wish I knew a mystery writer …..

    – Trish Meyer

  • Tangerine-Tane
    Tangerine-Tanealmost 2 years ago

    Lol! Fantastic work, I love the title!

  • The title was already in my mind as I took the shot, thank you !

    – Trish Meyer

  • dedmanshootn
    dedmanshootnalmost 2 years ago

    love this one!

  • Dave, thanks so much for your comments and favourite !

    – Trish Meyer

  • Photography  by Mathilde
    Photography b...almost 2 years ago

    Great title for this super capture !

  • Thank you very much ! The shot came with a ready made title :)

    – Trish Meyer

  • Gary Kelly
    Gary Kellyalmost 2 years ago

    Now you’ll have me wondering about that all day, Trish. Also interesting is how those four legs make a narrow, almost single line.

  • I think it was the almost single line that first caught my eye, followed by the sudden (unexplained) end of the tracks. I am guessing it was running/bounding towards the water (tracks in groups of four) some time before the tide was quite so far out and he exited elsewhere. Deductions rubbing off from watching “Elementary”. Thanks very much for commenting Gary !

    – Trish Meyer

  • Lilian Marshall
    Lilian Marshallalmost 2 years ago

    Love this Trish well spotted. Excellent title. lol It is amazing they are in nearly a straight line. No human footprints either so it isn’t that it was picked up by its owner.

  • Lilian, thanks very much … it came with ready made title ! I think it was running/bounding towards the water (tracks in groups of four) before the tide was quite so far out and exited elsewhere.

    – Trish Meyer

  • marens
    marensalmost 2 years ago

    well seen and captured Trish – great title too!!!

  • The single line of tracks through otherwise pristine sand caught my eye. Thank you very much for your kind words and favourite if this image !

    – Trish Meyer

  • kathrynsgallery
    kathrynsgalleryover 1 year ago

    A mystery well spotted! I wondered whether maybe his owner had picked him up at that point, but then there would have been human footprints.

  • Thanks Kathryn ! The pattern of the footprints indicates the dog was bounding towards the water. The outgoing tide has smoothed over where it entered and it must have exited in another area.

    – Trish Meyer

  • Charmiene Maxwell-batten
    Charmiene Maxw...over 1 year ago

    wonderful work Trish!

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