March 9, 2014

Dunes are formed by blowing sand which is laid down as one thin layer at a time over a long period of time until a small hill forms.  Wind that forms dunes can also tear them apart revealing those striated layers that formed the core of the dune.  This makes for interesting patterns that photographers sometimes see as interesting subjects. I found this at Cape Henlopen State Park this afternoon.

  • Tony Pratt is the administrator of the Shoreline and Waterway Management Section of Delaware’s Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control. He is a scientist and naturalist, well versed in nature study.

    Pratt is a lifelong photographer who has worked closely with Kevin Fleming since 2007. His interests in photography range from wildlife and landscapes to portraiture work.

    His photography can be seen at and at the Kevin Fleming and Friends Gallery, 239 Rehoboth Ave. in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.