These images are a study of patterns and surface texture on the shallow water over the sandy seabed at Weymouth, viewed from the promenade leading to the pier. I like the way that the waves look as if they are drawn with fine lines onto the sea with a white pencil. The clear water reveals the yellow of the sand below the waves. (If you wish, you can click on the photographs to enlarge them and see the details).
2 Replies to “Water pattern & texture in Weymouth waves 1”
Beautifully captured Jessica – a great series of the subtle shapes and movement
Thank you, Chas. I appreciate your comment. I think that beauty sometimes lies in small things, and things that do not shout.