Patterns in the sand

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Patterns in the sand on the beach at Thala, just south of Port Douglas

Boundaries are always interesting to me photographically. The meeting place of two environments. Think forest meets river, desert meets woodland, and in this case ocean meets land.

That borderline area where the rushing water of the tide creates rivulets in the sand which almost look like rivers as seen from a plane flying high above. The only clue that it isn’t an aerial is the tiny shell breaking up the scene.

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