Incredible SAND art caught on camera before being washed away forever
Seen from above, the beautiful patterns stretch of vast swathes of the beach, before the waves roll in reclaim the sand canvas as their own.
The artworks were created by Wiltshire artist Julian Richardson, using little more than a rake.
Since 2013 he has created 45 sand artworks across the south and west of England, and has even worked with the National Trust.
Mr Richardson normally works at Brean Down in Somerset, as the Bristol channel has one of the world's largest tidal ranges and the rocky headland offers a 300ft view over the beach.
The 42-year-old said: "Due to tidal... read more