Photographs of worn stone sea wall at Watchet. They bear the appearance of Beehive honey comb.
Moving in close to the subject really picks up the textured detail of the sea worn wall.
Bath. The City of mellow stone, an air of respectability and people who want to promenade in their finest. The colour of the stone and the buildings it graces, almost makes you want to spend money. Carved columns become the norm in this Palladian playground and you can’t help but photograph them.
I really wanted to render this image in black and white and I’m sure it would have looked good, displaying subtle graduations in tone. However, it would have lost something. It would have lost the warmth. The stone captures the sun and then only slowly lets its warmth ooze back out.
Bath Street. South West UK.