A while ago, I posted about sand crab art
On the weekend I actually had a Sand Crab, just near where I sat under the shade of a Pandanus tree, removing sand from his burrow. As this was the beginnings of the creative process, I didn’t capture the finished artwork.
He was quite busy coming and going tossing little balls of sand. The individual photos didn’t really capture the event, so I found a website that I could create a GIF file of the event for you. This is the first GIF I have made.
The word prompt from Leanne: Piers
These piers have seen better times
Trains don’t rattle across this bridge any more but the piers are solid. They have survived many a flood. See the debris on top of the piers.
Luckily these piers are OK. It is a walkway to the beach from town in Brunswick Heads
The word prompt for Brens Photo for the Week: Textures
The texture of the rock shelf at Evans Head. This part is called Goanna Head. Perhaps the rocks look like the scales of a Goanna.
Just a feather in the grass
The fruit of a Pandanus tree growing on the beach at Evans Head
As the tide receded, the water dripped from the algae onto the sand at Evans Head
A small town near my place, Evans Head, has some fascinating layers in the rock structure. What do you think?
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