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James McLaren James McLaren | 13:25 UK time, Tuesday, 19 October 2010

Ian and Sandra have contacted Derek Brockway this week with a very peculiar photograph.

Strange patterns on Skrinkle Bay. Photo: Ian Collier

They say, "Can you or anyone explain the pictures we saw on this sandy beach at Skrinkle Bay on the Haven Coastal Path, near Tenby?

"We saw it on holiday on 7 October 2010 and although we've asked many people, including Tenby Tourist Information, no one knows who did it or how it got there. We think its a wonderful piece of art. Do you agree?"

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