~ Sand Circles ~ WPC: Rounded ~


Patterns in ocean sand have always piqued my curiosity.  

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When the wind blows at Long Beach WA, dune grass is stirred.  The tips tap against the ever-shifting sands – creating a pattern – forever in flux.


Fellow WordPress blogger theoutershores, identified the sand critter that makes squiggles appear above ground, as it forages just below the surface.  Thank you minustide, for introducing me to Alloniscus! 



Now, what might this be?!


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