Abstracts: Drying mud

I like seeing how mud puddles dry (I don’t get out much). I like the patterns that the cracks make and how the top layer breaks up into small pieces the eventually get broken up and scattered.

13 thoughts on “Abstracts: Drying mud

    1. Graham Post author

      I don’t ever remember seeing this growing up in England, though that might just be a reflection on my powers of observation back then. But there are plenty of places where mud puddles don’t ever seem to dry. Luckily, here is not one of them.

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  1. The Snow Melts Somewhere

    Hahah!
    But to be honest, this photo reminded me of dried mud puddles like this which I used to look at with curious child’s eyes back in the 80’s in Australia. (Haven’t seen mud dry like this in Finland). There’s something comforting about it. Earthy.

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