Word a Week Photo Challenge: Wood

I love what the sea does to wood.  I have lots and lots of photos, but a week (especially when that week includes Christmas) is far too short notice to find them all!

Here is one of my favourite photos of the sea defences at West Wittering

East Wittering Sea Defences, August 2010

East Wittering Sea Defences, August 2010

And some I took recently on a really wet day down at Langstone in Chichester Harbour

Remnants of a sea structure, Langstone, Chichester Harbour

Remnants of a sea structure, Langstone, Chichester Harbour

 

It was raining so heavily when I was taking this photo, I had to shelter the lens.  I think my glove at the top adds something to the picture?

It was raining so heavily when I was taking this photo, I had to shelter the lens. I think my glove at the top adds something to the picture?

 

Wood that has been re-sculptured by the Sea, Langstone, November 2012

Wood that has been re-sculptured by the Sea, Langstone, November 2012

 

The eye of a needle

The eye of a needle

 

 

 

Here is my first entry into the ‘Word a Week Photography Challenge (Light)’

I still have to submit some back-entries, Blue is my favourite colour!

Here is the link to This Week’s Challenge; Wood

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About Barbara

Born in Dublin, living in London with Peter, my two daughters, Wilson our Spaniel & Woordow our Malshih (Shih Tzu-Maltese cross)
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3 Responses to Word a Week Photo Challenge: Wood

  1. Pingback: Word a Week Photo Challenge: Wood (2) « Day One

  2. Grannymar says:

    I love the eye of the needle.

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    • Barbara says:

      I did too. It was bucketing with rain this day, I tried to get some better photos of it but I kept getting raindrops on my lens, and the tide was coming in! 🙂 will be there again in the new year so will try again

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