Sand RBGPSW 21-25 Patterns in the sand on the seashore, including some showing traces made by the movements of struggling starfishes that have been stranded by the tide. Rhossili Bay in Gower, South Wales April 2017

6 Replies to “Sand RBGPSW 21-25”

  1. Yes. I used to spend a lot of time there. Gower is my favourite place. I studied Burry Holms when I was an undergraduate at Swansea University in the 1960’s. I hope to visit again soon – pandemic permitting.

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  2. Thank you, Birder’s Journey. Sadly, mass stranding of seashore creatures is not an uncommon occurrence. It often occurs after stormy weather at sea, and also can result from dredging and trawling activities.

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