May 6, 2016

Flotsam, jetsam and then some...

I stumbled across this boat while on my beach walk this morning.  It was predawn when I started out.  I saw a large black blob of a shape on the beach.  It wasn't until I came quite near it that I realized it was a capsized sailboat.  The sun was coming up as I finished my walk and was headed back to my car.  Photos taken with my i-phone.

Texture and vignette added to my original photos.



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15 comments:

Christina Morley said...

These are really beautiful photos. I'm visiting today from Photo Friday. My weekend linky party:
http://abooksandmore.blogspot.co.za/2016/05/happy-mothers-day-with-weekend-linky.html

NC Sue said...

Great shots here!
I'd love you to share at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/05/snorkeling-on-saint-thomas.html

Impulsive Artistry by Charles Wolf said...

Wow - what a great find, amazing subject to photograph! Love it! Thank you for sharing, found you through a link up! Take care,
—Charles

LV said...

Great boat shot from your phone. Look better than when I use my point and shoot.

McGuffy Ann Morris said...

These are great shots! A great find, I would love to know the story.

Jeanie said...

These are terrific! I wonder how it came to be there like that!

NatureFootstep said...

what happened to that one? Love your second image :)

Claudia W | ImagesByCW said...

I cannot help but wonder what happened? I mean sometimes you see boats stranded due to shifting tides, but this does not look like it. I hope everyone is o.k. It is a beautiful ship and I love your edit. Beautiful.

Andrea Priebe said...

So why is a boat laying on it's side on a beach ... is this a sad story or a story of neglect? If only it could tell us why it is alone in a place where boats don't belong. Beautifully provocative ...

Andrea @ From the Sol

Lux G. said...

These are really stunning shots.

Pippa Koenig said...

Herrlich! Pippa
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Jeanne said...

Love your shots of this colorful boat!

Wandering Wren said...

It's an oopsie, but that will make a great photo, sort of a find! Thank you for you visit to my Rye post a while back, i am pleased to have found you!
Wren x

Optimistic Existentialist said...

Makes me wonder about the story behind this boat...

Lux G. said...

Love how this boat lies there like that.