This is a photo of fine sand found on the Waimea Bay in Haleiwa, on the northern shoreline of O‘ahu Island in Hawaii, United States. The sand looks different from the beach sand elsewhere possibly because it also contains sand washed down from inland by the Waimea River near the mouth of which the bay is located.
Well, what is the fun in collecting photos of sand, whether of Waimea Bay, or elsewhere? It looks monotonous with its rather uniform composition, is it not? Possibly! But some people find in this picture great art, spirituality, visual presentation of abstract expressionist ideas as in the paintings of Mark Rothko, or more precisely, like the Suprematist works of the Russian artist Kazimir Malevich.
Well, if you are a person with knowledge of subjects like astronomy, astrophysics, etc., you will find even more meaning in the photo above, like the representation of the vast empty space (with some add-ons), landscape on Mars, or even the cloud cover over Jupiter.
If you still can’t get any such ideas, I think, you must come back to reality and think of putting it to some purpose like a background image, texture, etc. Why not give it a try? At least on a free website or blog where you can experiment it for the background, header image, texture, etc., especially if some sober and clean design is what you want to achieve! If you are a seasoned designer, you know what I mean. The size is: 3000 x 2250 pixels. Download and use it, it is free!