Longshore

Sandbars created parallel to the shoreline are a result of currents depositing sand and silt, are known as Longshore drifts. I was in the ultra light over Bynoe Harbour doing my usual unplanned, not sure what I’m looking for flight, when we wandered further out than normal. I hadn’t checked the tide but was happy when I found the sand bars awash and the wind was minimal so not much white water. It seemed everything was lining up for something, I just had to find it. A few passes over the area at various heights and I started to get a feeling. I wanted the island to feature but in a manner that highlighted the sand bars and by using the angle of the sun, the wave action on the sandbars was visible. My story of Longshore drifts was told.

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