Natural landscapes: when the sand catches the light

SUNSET LIGHT ON TONQUIN PARK BEACH, TOFINO, BRITISH COLUMBIA

I love photographing natural abstract patterns. So when I saw how the evening light was catching the pattern made by water flowing through the beach to the Pacific Ocean on the west coast of Vancouver Island, I immediately went to work to capture it.
These little scenes are simply amazing, to my eyes. Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter.

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3 thoughts on “Natural landscapes: when the sand catches the light

  1. Fantastic capture Frank! Easy to forget that shadows make an image. The light is beautiful but the shadows make it stand out. Wonderful!

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