Here are some beautiful woodgrain patterns I found on a piece of driftwood at the beach. The pale, muted shades of grey, beige and even a touch of pink and orange are arranged in variety of subtle irregular stripes. The surface of the wood was an even, smooth, satin texture in some places; or with the fine ridges and grooves of the grain undulating and wavy like hair; or with sub-rectangular projections in other parts. The deeper cracks and fissures in the wood were filled with the contrasting lighter colour and grainy texture of wind-blown sand.
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