Serenity Sunday–Australian abstract

I am long overdue for a Serenity Sunday post, and I haven’t posted an abstract for quite a while, either, so this is to help to address both needs with—as the Germans say—two flies with one swat.  The location was Glenelg Beach, Western Australia, and the time August 2008.  I have long been fascinated by the textures that wind and waves can create, especially when there’s an additional happenstance natural object to deflect the wind and
re-direct the sand patterns in its turbulent wind-shadows.

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10 Responses to Serenity Sunday–Australian abstract

  1. Artist can do worse then to copy what nature does by itself

  2. Meanderer says:

    I love these types of image; beautiful and very serene.

  3. I’m reminded of a Zen Garden. So peaceful.

  4. seekraz says:

    I can see that as a large print in an office somewhere…very nice, Gary.

  5. Adrian Lewis says:

    Excellent image, Gary – that appeals to me very much! Adrian

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