Tuesday, 29 December 2009

Blowing away the cobwebs

On Monday, as it was such a lovely bright, sunny (but cold!) day, we decided to take a trip to Great Yarmouth and have a walk along the beach to blow the Christmas cobwebs away.

We took the camera and took photos of a concrete sofa sculpture,



lichen at the harbour,





and rust on the remains of Wellington Pier.





The old stanchions made some interesting shapes,



as did the offshore windfarm,



the patterns in the sand left by the receding tide




and the benches along the seafront.



It was good to get out in the fresh air, but even nicer to get back home in the warm again!

4 comments:

softearthart said...

Hi, from new Zealand, what items do you make needle felting, it is a passion of mine, cheers Marie

Alissa said...

Beautiful photos. So much texture. I see where you get inspiration for your work!

Myfanwy said...

Inspirational photographs. Of course, I'm totally seduced by that lovely rust. Look forward to seeing what you do with them.

Sheilasembroidery said...

fantastic inspirational photos - especially the lichen and rust