After a little excursion we are back to San Josef Bay in Cape Scott Provincial Park at the very northern end of Vancouver Island. While we were hanging out at this beautiful, deserted beach I noticed how different the texture of the sand was in different locations - quite fascinating!
You can already see it here in all the ripples in the sand. But there was more.
This looks like the wind is blasting across the sand, but it actually was rather still here.
Look at this interesting pattern - when the tide went out, the small pebbles that were still floating in the water painted these zig-zag lines into the sand until they just stopped where the water would drop them.
I love this landscape - just a different perspective of the sand in the top photo.
Here you can clearly see where the water was flowing before it retreated and left these canyons.
A peaceful pattern, one you think can go on for miles and miles. Again, just a different perspective of the second photo.
And this is how the sand looks like in the water - gorgeous. I feel like picking up a brush (or using my fingers) and make beautiful textures with heavy bodied paint.