Continuing my Urban Ugliness series: It seems this creek is where they moor old boats that are no longer fit for the sea, where they slowly decay...
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Sad....It would be wonderful if someone could bring it back to life. You have in a way by preserving it.
A wonderfully powerful image HR - a most inspiring series.
Thank-you so much Mari for your encouraging and kind words. Doing this series has both depressed and uplifted me. Strange, but there you go :)
Greetings, La Mugna
Cheers La Mugna - glad you liked it :)
I am very impressed with this series, and with your workflow tutorial. Solid work - I wish I could contribute something like it.
Thanks Sneman for your kind words - a compliment indeed from someone with such splendid photos in their collection. Glad you liked the tutorial :)
Your photos in Black & White are wonderfuls!
your others are beautiful too, of course;-)
Chapeau bas l'artiste (en français)!
Thankyou lordnicklas - and I doff my cap to you, too.
Pomphlett Creek has had its moments. Not so long ago there was a functioning mill just to the right. The area together with the Laira has only been silted up since the trees in the Plym Forest were felled for use in Great War
Thanks for the additional info JannerSnapper
Very good pic!! Greetings from Spain!
Thanks Catherine (and apologies for missing your comment!) and thanks to you as well, O_Kahn :)
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Photo taken in Plymouth, UK
Misplaced? Suggest new location