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Written by Anon / Steve Marshall   
Friday, 31 March 2006
sandspit A correspondent has just supplied a hi-res photo of the mid-part of the sandspit. The image illustrates, in great detail, the effects of wind and water on the plants and landforms. It reminds me just how fragile and vulnerable the sandspit is. The image is 3504 x 2336 in size and is 2.5MB.

The correspondent sees rectangular and circular patterns in the landforms and vegetation. He asks whether they are naturally occurring or are evidence of human intervention. If you have any thoughts about that, email This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it .
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