As we walked along the beaches on your last trip away I was truck by the amount of debris that was washed up on the strand line. Thankfully most of it was natural. Leaves, sticks, fruit and most noticeable of all, coconuts.
My kids collected them into piles, rolled them about on the beach, threw then back into the sea and occasionally dropped them on their own feet. I can safely say that this last activity was the least popular.
I got down low to the beach to take this shot, trying to make the strand line fill the frame to start with and then disappear off into the distance. I would have liked to use a smaller aperture, but the light was not great and my tripod was in Melbourne.
But I like the colour and the way the strand line takes on a wave form. It was born of the sea and seems to mirror this on the land.
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