Rocks left randomly by the tide are a natural form of abstract art.
Here is another natural abstract of a hot spring at Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. Temperatures in the springs promote the growth of a variety of heat-loving microbes, which reflect different colors.
The hot springs of Wyoming’s Yellowstone National Park are a natural study in abstract design with a color palette provided by microbes that thrive in hot temperatures.
The tide is spilling over a flat rock shelf and into a shallow pool at Laguna Beach, California. Observed from a cliff above, the water and rock take on an abstract appearance.