Looking at the previous 3 photos as well as this one, I clearly am drawn to the water; it's all around us here on Cape Cod. We leave for MD at the end of October, so, until then, here's more of the sea.
The dead trees in the harbor mark the safe channel into port which is on the other side of the jetty. Each tree is about 20-30 feet tall, sunk deeply into the sand so they do not wash away even in the most violent storms. At low tide, the water line is about 1 mile out, beyond the farthest tree, leaving the trees fully exposed down to the sand. The sign on the nearest tree reads: No Parking.
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I really like this one, with those skinny trees and their signs on the upper left offset by the boat on the upper right, the small patch of grass offset by the big clump of rock, the small rock at the bottom offset by the ripples of the water. This is a deceptively simple image that has amazing balance. Each element has a complementary balancing element. It is as pleasing as a piece of good music.
"God gave me photography so that I could pray with my eyes" - Dewitt Jones