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09.05.13 - by Jens Schwarz (portfolio traces de mer) 9 mai 2013 à 12h54 Canon EOS 5D... Traces de l'eau sur le sable.

09.05.13 - by Jens Schwarz (portfolio traces de mer) 9 mai 2013 à 12h54 Canon EOS 5D... Traces de l'eau sur le sable.

Resultado de imagem para fundo do mar

Japanese photographer Yoji Ookata spent most of his life discovering the oceanbed. Recently he spotted these mysterious underwater 'crop circles' created by puffer fish.

Sand Bubbler Crab patterns - they make these formations so that they know which sand has already been filtered

Sand Bubbler Crab patterns - they make these formations so that they know which sand has already been filtered

Texture Tile: Tide Lines

Texture Tile - Tidelines

Texture Tile: Tide Lines

sand with a fur hide feeling ...

Sand Waves - Rdgelike primary structure resembling a water wave on the upper surface of a sedimentary bed. It's formation by air brings to the surface an integral work of art.

Happy world wetlands day! The Sundarbans is the largest single block of tidal halophytic mangrove forest in the world which covers parts of India and Bangladesh by NASA. #wetlands #blue #green #mangroves #lovemotherearth

The Sundarbans is the largest single block of tidal halophytic... (A well traveled woman)

The Sundarbans (Bengali: সুন্দরবন, Shundorbôn) is the largest single block of tidal halophytic mangrove forest in the world. It is UNESCO World Heritage Site covering parts of India and Bangladesh.

Priotrochatella stellata Terrestrial snails only found in Cuba Photo by Adrián González-Guillén

Critically endangered: Priotrochatella stellata Terrestrial snails only found in Cuba Photo by Adrián González-Guillén

Des crop circles sous-marinYoji Ookata, plongeur photographe japonais, fréquente les eaux depuis plus de 50 ans, et pourtant, c'était la première fois qu'il tombait sur ce phénomène : un crop circle de 2 mètres de diamètre à plus de 24 mètres de profondeur sur les côtes japonaises.

The mystery behind an underwater crop circle in Japan has been solved. Underwater photographer Yoji Ookata spotted a strangely beautiful structure off the coast of the southern Japanese island of .

Patterns of erosion

Patterns Of Erosion Of Sand Stock Photography - Image: 23875922

This is Mars - book published by Aperture - by Xavier Barral

Harmakhis Vallis, Part of Which is from a Glacier Flow. Mars’s polar zones are dominated by glaciers. This glacier flows from the lower-left part of the image, with fractures or crevasses forming in perpendicular directions.

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