You may not think sand could be interesting, but you might be amazed at what the wind and nature can whip up.
It’s a pancake. It’s a beach mushroom. It’s a flying saucer. No, it’s sand art!
This is how I imagine a flying saucer landing strip would look.
That one on the left has thin, multiple layers. A stack of pancakes perhaps?
Could these be footprints of beach creatures? Well, you have to use your imagination.
All of these pictures were taken at a beach in St. Joseph, Michigan in January 2022. Yes, it’s on Lake Michigan. You need some good lake wind to whip these babies up.
I was told that the wet sand freezes, then the wind blows away the loose sand and these tiny, sand sculptures are created.
These two pillars were just barely connected at the top.
I don’t want to be deceiving anyone, so I have to tell you that these natural, mini sculptures are not very big. They’re only a few inches tall. You could easily step on some without realizing it if you’re not looking.
Most would credit Mother Nature for all of this, but I would like to thank the true artist; our Father God. It’s amazing what he does!