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Tiny patterns on Cable Beach, Broome, WA
One of five winners of the amateur category “First Shot: Postcards from Anywhere” in the Travel Photographer of the Year Awards 2009
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A lovely imageWelcome to RBj
Thanks for your comments, Jesika! A few people I know have their work on this site so I thought I’d give it a go! This was a bit of a lucky find – these patterns were strewn across the beach at dawn, only about 10cm across :)
– Mieke Boynton
Very pretty sand abstract! Great find and capture. Haydee
Wow, that’s pretty incredible that these patterns formed like this. Terrific capture!
Thanks heaps Kevin :)
beautiful find, and catch!!!!!!!!
That’s what God looks like. Holy cow. Favorite. Lovely capture of the form that grows in all life!
Cheers, Logan. Yep, there really are some incredible natural beauties out there :)
I love this natural abstract, it is beautiful.
Thanks Sharon :)
Thank you! :)
Cool capture Mieke.
Thanks Niki (nik?) – I appreciate it =D
Very nice abstract. It looks like golden ice. Ice fractals also have that “branch” like shapes.
I just had to go and look up what a fractal actually is… thanks – I’ve learned something new!! I was in St Moritz one (freeeeezing cold) Winter and saw the ice crystals on the grass “grow” – I’d never seen anything like it before, and I’m so sad that my camera battery couldn’t stand the -25 degree temperatures… I won’t forget it though! Thanks for your comment, Lee :)
yepits greatcan’t seem to find how big or little this image is
Thank you! They’re really little actually. About the size of a hand-width :)