The last excursion for this semester involved examining purple waves and their effects on inter-tidal zones and beach profiles.
The harmless dye was used to show how a rip current was flowing.
It, like the forms of the waves, was quite “Temporary“, stretching out before dissipating.
I like the forms of waves. It’s interesting in that I don’t think many people think of them being temporary due to how present they seem to be.
I also like how the dye mixes with the waves as they crash.
This is my submission into The Daily Post‘s photo challenge for this week.
I hope you enjoy.