Weekly Photo Challenge: Lost in the Details

The beach is one of my favorite places to get “lost in the details.” I could spend hours photographing the little things that make the beach into such a magical, relaxing place. This particular day, the sand was full of interesting detail.

sand

 

feet

 

 

pattern

 

feather

 

crab

 

Weekly Photo Challenge

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27 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Lost in the Details

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  3. Close up a few looks like Magic Eye posters.

    At first too, I thought the foot prints were imprints of silver dollars….we have those around here…but then I saw no…looks more like bird prints nod nods.

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  10. The first one…the one of rippling sands really strikes me! They are all beautiful, but for some reason, that one really strikes me! I guess I’ve never seen sand look like that before! 😀 Nice catch!

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