Wednesday, January 27, 2010

The true method of knowledge is experiment.


As you have probably figured out by now, Tasmania is blessed by [ahem] the best beaches in the world. Sure, the water is riddled with rips and generally frigid and full of Great White Sharks and jellyfish, but the sand is tremendous.

Above and below I've got photos of the surface of the sand at Fossil Bluff in Wynyard, not more than fifty metres apart. I think I like number two, but I'm not sure. Whaddya reckon?

10 comments:

Roddy said...

I like them both. Reminds me of a couple of sand pictures that we have here. Do you remember the ones I refer to?

Who Is Tim Burton? said...

Hi! Kris,
I like both photographs, but I like No#2 the most...
...and the comment is once again so true.
Thanks,
DeeDee ;-D

Chuck Pefley said...

The diagonal lines create more tension than those flowing into the perpendicular distance.

uncertainhorizon said...

wow, just wow... I can't wait to visit Tassie.

Kris said...

Roddy, no.

Kris said...

DeeDee, I lean towards two too.

Kris said...

Churk, I agree.

Kris said...

UH, what's keeping you?!?

Siobhan said...

My goodness I love those photos. Particularly the first one.

Kris said...

Siobhan, thanks!