This broken down jetty in my hometown in Scotland doesn’t offer much support for anything, quite frankly; but I love how corrosion has formed and shaped the structure into a piece of art, amidst the deleterious River Clyde.
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I think this is a great photo. Very interesting to look at, and yes, natures art work in the foreground. The pylons, or supports, are still there, even if no longer supporting anything, haha. Happy Hunting.
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I like your picture. So this structure remains there even if it’s of no use anymore?
Like the picture a lot. Nice framing, interesting subject matter — both in the background as well as foreground! 🙂
Good photo, and plenty of supports even if thee’s nothing left for them to do!
Is it going to be replaced with a new structure?
Perfect…and a very well composed photo shoot!!
My Photo Hunt is posted. Stop by if you can, would love to have you visit with me. Have a great weekend.
i love the look of your hometown, and the creative way your mind connects pictures and prompts.
Collapsed support! Good take on the topic!
Look at the colour of that sky – that’s Scotland all right!
(I’ve been a bit bitter lately about the lack of sun this summer.)
Right on Katie. Love the shot.
wow, nice photo
Oh wow! I love it, too!
(I love it too!)
You can find beauty in anything 🙂
Wow. That is an amazing shot!
Pictures like this make me wonder about the history of the object… what it has seen in it’s own time, that sort of thing. 🙂
Great photo, and love the twist on the “non” support.
I so wish I was there…right now…looking at that via live!