Seafoam texture

When I visited Seatown today, the sea was spectacular. Although the weather had not been particularly windy or stormy, the waves were huge and crashing with great force against the pebble bank on the shore. Each new wave increased the white foam till it looked like whipped cream, or the penultimate stage of egg whites beaten for meringues. Here are some pictures of the seafoam being generated by the tremendous energy of the sea. Click on any image to enlarge.

Seafoam texture

Seafoam texture

Seafoam texture

Seafoam texture

Seafoam texture

Seafoam texture

Seafoam texture

Seafoam texture

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