Andres Amabor creates a unique series of temporary works of art. Just after the high tide recedes, he heads out to the beach with rope and a rake. He makes intricate designs in the sand that are better viewed from above, but (probably) still pretty good from ground level.
His rake looks pretty strange. I imagine that that’s a specially designed piece of equipment.
That reminds me of doodles I did in school while bored, try to fit as much many lines as possible into a space without crossing or picking the pen up off the paper.
Based in California, you can get a series of nice Post Cards featuring his designs.