Another image from the same area, the Schoorlse Duinen in the Netherlands. You’ll be seing a lot more from this place simply because it’s close to home. Landscape photographers tend to think about travelling the world, ticking off their bucket list of locations like Horse Shoe Bend, Spitsbergen, Iceland, Cinque Terre, etc. But the truth is you can never compete with a local who is able to visit that place every day. So I prefer sticking to sites close to my home that I can visit every day and where my photographs can make a difference.
Anyway, back to the actual image. In dunescapes, the landscape is constantly changing. Sand flows through the area much like water does, including the waves. But at a much slower pace, ofcourse. In this image you can see the effect of those waves on the landscape. The pine tree gets engulfed in a wave of about 4 meters (13 feet) high.