Near the high tide line, fine, thin strands of seaweed often form delicate shapes, sometimes resembling floral patterns or intricate, decorative ironwork.
As previously, these examples are substantially as seen; nothing has been added or removed other than the sand texture. A little Photoshop tweeking has sometimes been used to sharpen the image or to increase colour saturation.
The beach at low tide is a treasure trove for the photographer. Along the high tide line, fragments of seaweed form natural, abstract patterns. This is nature ‘doodling’!
In the images below nothing has been added and nothing taken away, other than the sand! Removing the texture of the sand gives clarity to the design. A little colour saturation has sometimes been used for artistic purposes.