~ Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #51: Unique ~

On Long Beach, the landscape changes with the rise and fall of every tide.


King Tide

This ongoing tug of surf on land leaves unique impressions at each low tide.


Extremely low tide

Sometimes the sand is flat with a surface residue pattern left behind.


At other times, the surf carves tide-pools into the beach.


Their rills create one-of-a-kind sand drawings, as water courses back to the ocean.




Thank you Amy, for this unique challenge. All week I’ve asked myself, “what can I share that’s unique?” Once again, my answer is from the beauty nature provides.


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8 Responses to ~ Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #51: Unique ~

  1. Amy says:

    A great choice for this theme! The patterns, drawings, carvings, … of sands are all one of the kind! All are special and unique. Thank you for sharing, Lindy! :)

  2. Olga says:

    Love the sand drawings you captured, Lindy. Very unique! ❤

  3. JohnRH says:

    Beautiful photos. Great selection.

  4. Janice says:

    A wonderful study of sand patterns!

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