POTD: Sand Spectrum

Sand Spectrum
Seal Rocks, Oregon

Water from inland sources moving across a beach often form interesting patterns in the sand. Generally they are mostly monochrome in nature. This particular instance was anything but however, easily displaying the most color of any I’ve seen. What the color was due to I don’t have a clue. I would be inclined to think it resulted from some sort of industrial pollution except that Seal Rocks is not near anything like that that I am a ware of. So I’d have to chalk it up to Mother Nature somehow.

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