10.3.09 – A large stack of fisherman’s equipment sitting on Boscastle harbour in North Cornwall. Taken with a Fujifilm 10mp s8100
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Great shot! I love the splash of bright color!
Many thanks – it was quite a dreary evening (very annoying after a beautiful clear sunny day at work) which is why the bright colours are standing out a bit more.
– Rob Parsons
Excellent find Rob, great shot..
Cheers Jason – nearly broke my leg clambering over the wet slippery ropes but at least the camera was un-scathed !!
Great textures from the pots and then those nets really interesting image to look round to.
Thanks Karen, much appreciated comments.
Love the framing by the pots! And that one lone buoy out there… the textures and colors ARE fabulous!! What, pray tell is that dark square in the hillside in the background? Some secret entrance to the pirate’s treasure?!
Thanks DJ – the square hole isn’t any exciting I’m afraid, it’s just a cut away in the bank, I assume for lobster pot storage.
The lobster pots are wonderful, I love this fascinating perspective.
Many thanks Sharon, appreciated.
Thanks again Bradley, comments always welcome.
love tangle of ropes…t hose faded blue ones grab my eye every time!! brilliantly captured:))
Cheers – many thanks for the fave
Many thanks glad you like and cheers for the feature.
congrats on feature Rob
Many thanks Mike.
Rob I like this one a lot, I think I have a thing about lobster pots
Cheers – they are very photogenic for some strange reason.