Aren’t you just sick of those inane close-ups of rusty doors, boats and other inanimate objects, labelled by photographers as “fine art”? Well, I’m not - I love them, especially when you find some alluring curvature like this.
It's a close-up of the well-photographed rusting buoys (careful spelling) on Badentarbat beach.
This particular style of photography was perfected by the Swedish artist Hugh Järss, in the 1960s.
Date: 15 March 2016
Location : Badentarbat beach, Coigach
Canon 5DII Canon 16-35mm lens @ 30mm 1/20s f13 ISO200
Image ref : a205 © Angus Bruce, Ullapool.
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