Sunday, September 8, 2013

Black and White Sunday - Pawprints

No changes needed for Black and White Sunday: the black magnetite iron-rich sand contrasts with the light tan silica-rich sand.

Have you ever looked at sand under the microscope? It's incredibly cool.
Here's a good website to see photos from all over the world of sand under the microscope. Amazing!


  1. Wow those are big paw prints! Very nice photo

  2. WOW is that Toby's PawPrints. It's BIG. Golden LOVE it. Happy Black n White Sunday. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

  3. Big pawprints! I almost posted something similar today.

  4. Hi Y'all!

    Hope you're havin' a wonderful day!

    Y'all come by now,
    Hawk aka BrownDog

  5. I love that photo. I imagine that's what my heart looks like, with paw prints of my angels all over it.

  6. Paw prints in the sand.....fabulous. Have a marvellous Monday.
    Best wishes Molly

  7. awesome paw prints! i tried to get bailey's paw prints in the sand one day but she doesn't weigh enough to make a print! BOL
    wags, bailey unleashed

  8. What a great pic I love looking at paw prints on sand
    Urban hounds

  9. Great photos and neat website. Thanks for sharing the link, and a belated happy B&W Sunday!

  10. Pawprints are the bestest - they always lead somewhere totally pawsome *Waggy tail*

    Alfie -

  11. Great shots! :)

    Hope you're having a fun day :)

    Your pal Snoopy :)

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