While walking along Cromer Beach at low tide with my family, I noticed these curious shapes in the sand where tiny streams had exposed darker grains of sand, creating a feathered effect which immediately reminded me of a copse of surreal trees swaying in the wind on top of a small knoll. Although the family might not agree, the overcast conditions really helped avoid harsh contrasts in this image - the real challenge was finding a group of "trees" that wasn't too cluttered and chaotic.
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