, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

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.

This was the back of it.  I thought I would show a lot more details of it 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.

Here is a close shot of the bolt and you can see the rust permeating the wood.  Beautiful colour.  The wood, the bolt and the rust are really interesting together.

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.

I find this one just sparkles.  I can’t decide between the two, which one I like the most.  You might have to decide for me.

Which one do you like the best?

About these ads