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The road ends ahead.
The highway running the length of South Padre Island, Texas partially buried under encroaching sand dunes.
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My focus as a photographer and digital artist ranges from traditional photography to PhotoArt compilation and the less explored world of abstract design created with natural elements such as smoke, oil and water.
By the way, in case you didn’t see it coming, the road ends ahead.
The roadway running the length of South Padre Island, Texas, disappearing under encroaching sand dunes
And the road leads to….??? The sea, of course! An interesting perspective, Richard. :) george
Thank you very much George :-)
– Richard G Witham
It looks like it might end sooner on windy days. Great find and composition, Richard!
Yes, definitely not a good place to park your car on a windy day :-)Thanks for the great comments Eivor!
Reminds me of Peru where I saw this sort of thing for the first time! Wonderful to see nature doing its own thing! Great perspective and depth! ;o)
Thank’s for the great comments Krys :-)
The front loaders better get busy! Great shot of mother nature’s fury
Yes, that will be quite a job when they decide to scrape the sand back to the side of the road. Thank you Kathilee :-)
Dunas de arena de color tan suave……..Un viaje de camino al cielo……es lo que visualizo.Linda , me gusta liliana
Si verdad? Quizás sea así el viaje al cielo – un poco aburrido para no distraer al Cristiano pero hermoso a la vez. Gracias por tu atención y lindos comentarios Liliana :-)
By the way..extreme dryness….extreme solution of the dunes,that have found their wy across the highway. Is that desolate, Richard? I love the photograph so much…and it brings the peace of seekng that Nature does not care about our mental obstacles, either being concrete or steel….it goes along eating away our prioritieslike the same Death.Hugs.Rosa
Well, yes it is desolate, but when I reached the end of the road I found a small dilapidated camper, (Caravan) set by the edge. There was no vehicle to tow it with, and someone inside was looking out through the curtains. I waved, but received no reply. Perhaps he was the gatekeeper.I agree that nature is careless when left to default, but the person who learns to merge with it can guide it in a sort mutual harmony. Thank you very much for your great comments and insights Rosa.Un abrazote para ti :-)