A POEM A DAY - WHIRLPOOLS



The beach at Aberdovey was not just beautiful in its reflected light, or the vast expanse of sand and horizon, but also in the patterns on the beach. Some were transient, undulations blown by the wind but others were the circular, contoured shapes left by the effect of water pooled on the sand. This photograph shows the beach pocked with islands of silver sea. 




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