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A sea shell narrowly escapes the 'claws' of an excavator.
Picture taken long ago sometime in the 1980s, at Jason's Bay (Telok Mahkota), a beach resort in Johor, Malaysia.
Jason's Bay is known for its black sand and flat, shallow seabed.
The sand is so firm - and the water so shallow - that one can ride a motorbike, or drive a car or even a truck several hundred metres out into the sea. I actually have two friends who did that, one on a bike the other in his car.
Where this is concerned, there is no danger.
In the The theory of Color Theory photo essay.
Also by Richard Seah
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