Tuesday, October 02, 2012

sand study

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14 comments:

  1. Getting Inspired...wao :)

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  2. nice blog:D

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  3. Oh, I love how you've captured the shapes and patterns of the sand!
    Helen x

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  4. Wow, I love the pictures you took! They look fabulous!

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  5. wow i am at the beach and i always notice sand patterns, but never thought to interpret them into sketches thanks for another wonderful inspiring idea

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  6. The sand is so beautiful! I love how you can find art in absolutely everything. :)

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  7. Ditto all of the above.

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  8. Such wonderfully organic shapes in sand! You should sell your photos as well as all your other talents. Some people never see the things around them unless they have to pay for them.
    Hugs

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  9. Ripple marks in the sand... The large linear features that run parallel to the beach are called "ridges and runnels."

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  10. I can almost feel it between my toes! :D Also, inspired by your posts about it, I started my very own art journal a couple of weeks ago.

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  11. I am glad to see that I am not the only one with a sea of pictures of sand patterns.:) Whenever we are at Seaside, you find me with my head down, snapping kelp, driftwood, sand...any thing with a pattern. So much fun!

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  12. for nature is a beautiful thing!

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