You do not get the chance often to go back to a shape you made and work on it again. When you do, it does give you a better understanding of the difference of working in, or with nature. both have advantages. We went back to this Burrow for the third time, to see how the shape ended up after the last two high tides, and found a smooth ridge full of birdprints. The birds appearantly liked being on higher ground. You can see how water broke the Burrow’s ridge to stream back with the tide. It gave the Burrow a distinctive shape. The other photo’s in this serie you can find in Water and Water 2.