I don't have anything much to say about this one other than that as with all my other beachcombing shots, it was something that caught my eye.
One thing I could mention though: whenever I post something like this somebody invariably comments about the "rubbish on the beach". Oddly, I never see these things that way: they're a part of someone's history, or maybe just a random piece of flotsam, washed up by the tide ... asking to be photographed. For me, such finds are as much a part of the beach as the sand and the sea.
2.31pm on 18/5/06|
EF 17-40 f/4L USM
20mm (32mm equiv.)