A growing archive of pictures - frequent additions from my other blogs - Message in a Milk Bottle and the most recent - M2
A very pleasing image.
Just the right angle.
You'll laugh, but this reminds me of what we call 'gravel pits' back in Newfoundland and Labrador, where people actually will park their trailers (caravans) for an overnight camping session. It's funny how an image will take us somewhere unrelated in our memorybanks. Thanks for this one. It really made me smile.
I like the layers from top to bottom.
Glad you like the Parallels photo, folks.Adrian - it's not dramatic . . . just how it was when the weather was dull.Thanks Hermes - my eye level, straight ahead!Hi, Jodi. I'm amazed this looks a bit like Newfoundland or Labrador. I have been to neither but hadn't imagined Dorset had anything to compare with them. It would be unwise of anyone to park just here, though. The reason the sand is so smooth is because I had my ankles against the sea to take this picture and, when the tide is in, it laps right up against these rocks. (That, I think, is why they are there - to stop erosion.)James - I nearly called this photo 'Horizontals' - but it didn't sound quite as good.Lucy
Another great shot of what would pass most people by as a composition.
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