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Wind Sculpting

Uploaded by: Aitch1

Tuesday April 10, 2012

Langeoog, Germany

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7. Aitch1
12:14 PM GMT on December 19, 2012
Hello Bill, thank you. It was very windy, those Friesien Islands up there off the coast can be. We took our grandson, Hamish, at Easter, he loves the beaches. This is the first time we have seen these sort of sand sculptures, even the tiniest speck of seashell was perched on a sand 'wave'. We were enthralled. Stay warm in your snowy parts. We are expecting a wet Christmas. Merry Christmas to you and yours. "Lang may your lum reek"!!
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6. Glaswegian
10:27 PM GMT on December 18, 2012
A very unusual and beautiful image Cherry!
Bill
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5. Aitch1
3:51 PM GMT on December 17, 2012
Thank you. We went to Langeoog, one of the Friesien islands off the north west coast of Germany at Easter. A sometimes wet, and very very windy holiday, the windblown shells on their pinnacles of sand were everywhere, it was amazing. Sorry, not to have replied before, we've been 'home' in England.
Cherry
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4. ColoradoKat
11:24 PM GMT on December 06, 2012
This shot is totally cool...artistic and unique
and I love it!
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3. pegpics
10:03 PM GMT on April 11, 2012
Nature is the truest artist!!!...great capture!
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2. Rescued77
9:48 PM GMT on April 11, 2012
Almost didn't look at this- wow, interesting shot!!
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1. Kajzar
8:28 PM GMT on April 11, 2012
Interesting! I've never seen anything like that!
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Aitch1

I come from Wiltshire in England but at the moment my husband and I live in Germany. I do enjoy looking at all your photographs, they have really improved my knowledge of the geography of the USA and other countries, and also give me more ideas for taking photographs. I look forward to your comments about mine.

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