Hervey Bay again, this time the artistry of the sea, creating ripple patterns very different from those at Potato Point. The late afternoon light accentuates the patterns with shadows and casts a glow over the intricate plaiting and weaving of the sand. The only drawback is the thick layer of smoke along the horizon, although it’s probably responsible for the vividness of the light.
This is my contribution to DesleyJane’s weekly RegularRandom challenge. For a spectacular sunrise and links to the way other photographers spend five minutes of their lives have a look here.