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cocklawburn beach detail 10b

cocklawburn beach detail 10b

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markkeville


World Member, Newcastle upon Tyne

Comments 6

  • usosnowski 03/07/2018 19:03

    Like a view onto mars from space
    Ulrich
  • Berthold Klammer 02/05/2018 13:07

    Incredable structures. I love this kind of abstract details of nature!
    kind regards Bert
    • markkeville 02/05/2018 17:54

      Did you see my earlier comment, below ? This feature is only 1 to 2 metres across. It's the kind of incidental, "throwaway" landform that must have helped convince the early Victorians and their predecessors that God left evidence all around of his intelligent design of the natural world. They were wrong. But it's nice to photograph, even so.
  • Sabine Onken 01/25/2018 11:36

    beeindruckende Strukturen!
    lg Sabine
    • markkeville 01/25/2018 19:53

      Yes. These are tidal micro-landforms in the sand. I think they are formed by the back-flow of water down the beach , collapsing the sand. (The sea is at the top of the picture. This picture is 1 to 2 metres across. It resembles the drainage pattern of a river. Mark.

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Folders Northumberland coast
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Camera Canon EOS 70D
Lens EF-S18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM
Aperture 8
Exposure time 1/400
Focus length 35.0 mm
ISO 200

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