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April 21, 2012

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Lovely, thank you both. And, a perfect illustration for the previous post, on sand grain size (shape too, one supposes) and flow. So visible here, how far from uniform sand is. Looking at these images, no one would expect homogeneous flow.
Thanks too for the introduction to the photographers and their unique styles. Amazing, the varieties of sand art.

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