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Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Ripple-y

 
Does your life seem a little out of focus with dirty valleys, hills and confusing patterns overhead? Maybe you are just looking at it from the wrong angle.

ripples in sand

ripples in sand

These pictures of Big Bass Lake are much more interesting than blue water and green trees (as much as I like those!)

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2 comments:

Secondary Roads said...

Very interesting patterns. I wish I knew more about hydrology.

Ann Thompson said...

a different perspective usually changes everything. That second one is really interesting. I'm kind of curious about how that formed

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