The driveway between two of the houses in High Street [see the previous post],seems to have become, over time, the designated graveyard for redundant equipment and other jetsam. It is a fascinating assortment that, no doubt, could tell many tales. I was tempted to break the scene up to focus on various item, but it has clearly not been disturbed in years – why bother now?
Well, perhaps, just one!
The component elements in this image comprise falling trees, decaying vegetation, tangled undergrowth and a broken fence – and the picture was taken on a dull day. But for me the serendipity harmony of shapes and muted colours produced a scene of quiet, calm beauty.
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A short, loud retort – probably a car exhaust – caused panic among a flock of gulls who took flight in chaotic fashion.
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The mood of this abstract is in complete contrast with the previous posting, Abstract 117, and, indeed, with most of my other images.