Ripples in Kelso's Singing Sand

Christine Till  @    CT-Graphics

San Diego, United States

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The accumulation of windblown sand marks the beginning of one of nature’s most interesting and beautiful phenomena – sand dunes.
Myriads of sand grains bouncing and rolling up the windward surface of a dune often form a series of ridges and troughs called wind ripples. The shape of these ripples that are sculpted by the wind doesn’t look any different from those that are sculpted by water.

Mother Nature’s harmonious wind-ripples-artistry is fascinating and often very spectacular, especially when the thousands of tiny ridges catch the shadows of early morning or late afternoon like here in California’s ‘singing sand’, the Kelso dunes.

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