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Saturday, 23 July 2011

Driftwood

After the storms of recent weeks, the modest shingle beach at Carmine Inferiore, which we call our own, is piled high with driftwood. One particular tree-trunk has been tied to the shore. It still bucks and canters with the waves - a sea-horse offering magical rides to little imaginations, and a plethora of textures to young photographers...



Photograph by AJ, aged 6½.

4 comments:

V. said...

Gorgeous!

Clipped Wings said...

Driftwood is always so beautiful. One of the magical things water can do with wood over a period of time. Lovely photo.

ladyfi said...

Wonderful warm shot!

LindyLouMac in Italy said...

What an artistic eye AJ has already.

Saturday, 23 July 2011

Driftwood

After the storms of recent weeks, the modest shingle beach at Carmine Inferiore, which we call our own, is piled high with driftwood. One particular tree-trunk has been tied to the shore. It still bucks and canters with the waves - a sea-horse offering magical rides to little imaginations, and a plethora of textures to young photographers...



Photograph by AJ, aged 6½.

4 comments:

V. said...

Gorgeous!

Clipped Wings said...

Driftwood is always so beautiful. One of the magical things water can do with wood over a period of time. Lovely photo.

ladyfi said...

Wonderful warm shot!

LindyLouMac in Italy said...

What an artistic eye AJ has already.