|Kapa'a Dawn Light, 6 x 8|
Once a wave comes, it is necessary to clean out your burrow. Each crab scuttles sideways into his burrow, always the same side first. Some are right-sided and some left-sided. I wonder, is it to do with which claw is larger? They come out with an armful of sand, take a few steps from the door, and fling the load across the beach, creating little funnel-shaped patterns.
One little crab must have lost his home. He goes in and out of burrows, one after another, finding them all occupied, along a good hundred feet of beach. Or maybe he is just delivering the seaside mail.