Smoo Cave, Scotland. Aside from containing a huge salt water-formed cavern, the caves also include a waterfall; the Allt Smoo river flows through the roof of the cave system, down the Fallis Smoo (or chimney Smoo), before plummeting 80ft to fill a 25ft deep pool of water.
All That glistens Findhorn, moray, Scotland. At low tide near the estuary at findhorn the wet sand is filled with pools created by the fierce tidal flow which pulls up the sand into rippled ridges. In mid-day light the texture and colour isn't revealed particularly well, but near sunset it glistens like gold and the rippled sand is in sharp relief.
Tidal Wave This fluid abstract painting was created on canvas using a mixture of fluid paints and other materials to give it a good fluid momement style look, What do you think? See more of my fluid paintings here - http://www.davidmunroeart.com or follow me on facebook to see my latest work - http://www.facebook.com/ArtistDavidMunroe Thanks everyone! :)
Duncansby Head - The tidal streams flowing through the Pentland Firth earned it the title of hell's mouth in the days of sail, and it is still a place where unwary ships can become the plaything of the sea. As the waters of the wide Atlantic flow into the North sea and ebb in the opposite direction, they set in motion a welter of eddies, races and overfalls, and in the neighbourhood of the Pentland Skerries they run at a speed of ten knots.