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We stopped, as I’ve told you, at Anglesea so we could get a closer look at the fence. I showed two images of it on Sunday. I took many more, as I said, and I’m going to show you those today.
The bolts holding it together were rusting away, which is not surprising considering everything rusts near the ocean. The fence thing is very strange. I love the fence posts, but how long it will last with the tide constantly bashing it remains to be seen.
I love this image, it is one of my favourites. The sun wasn’t out, but it looks really bright. I also think the pole on the end is very interesting. What happened to it? I can only imagine that it is a victim of where it is. You can see the rail that goes along the back has been broken off as well.
I decided to do the image in black and white as well.
Which one do you like the best?