I just cannot get over the incredible delicate beauty these many times human eye ability photographs reveal in the sand beachgoers have been taking for granted for as long as people have walked on beaches. I’m not totally surprised, because I found incredibly tiny red or green sea shells among the sands of Waimea Bay on Oahu. The sand there seems to be made of bits of pink tinged white or offwhite shells, as well as the rare tiny intact ones that award anyone patient enough to sift through handfuls looking for them. The variety of textures and materials among the sand particles in this article is simply stunning. Kudos to the photographer responsible for these amazing images.