‘Why photograph rusty old mooring points?’ you may ask. The simple answer is that I get pleasure from the random patterns, the vibrant colours and the contrasting textures.
Filed under Abstract photos, Colour, Pattern, photography, Sand, Shore, Texture, Uncategorized
Tagged as knots. low tide, mooring points, mooring ropes, quay
Remarkable colors and textures!
Many thanks Elena
These are just wonderful Louis. They really tell a poetic tale of the sea, in a very different way. Beautiful!
Many thanks Lynn. I appreciate your comment.
I’m just coming back to these and really liking them so much.
I’m delighted they encourage a return visit.
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