Crail, No.3

Crail, No.3

Wandering along the rocky shore, I happened across these rocks, aligned in the shape of the number three. Did I arrange them in that pattern? Well, no actually, but I sometimes wonder if someone else had been there prior to me, and I'd stumbled upon their composition! All I did was remove a small clutter of a few pebbles from the very top left corner that were proving a slight distraction. On reflection, I tend to think it is a natural pattern, as several other lines of boulders also lay close by, in a definite zone where the sea had recently moved rocks aound. It did, however, take three hours of waiting in a bitter wind for the sun to set, so that I could capture softer shadows.
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Crail, No.3

Wandering along the rocky shore, I happened across these rocks, aligned in the shape of the number three. Did I arrange them in that pattern? Well, no actually, but I sometimes wonder if someone else had been there prior to me, and I'd stumbled upon their composition! All I did was remove a small clutter of a few pebbles from the very top left corner that were proving a slight distraction. On reflection, I tend to think it is a natural pattern, as several other lines of boulders also lay close by, in a definite zone where the sea had recently moved rocks aound. It did, however, take three hours of waiting in a bitter wind for the sun to set, so that I could capture softer shadows.
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