Sunday, December 13, 2009

Textures and colours on the wharf

If you have your camera with you, things that would normally go unnoticed catch your eye. Our Gordon River cruise ended at the visitor centre in the beautiful village of Strahan, which was the major port during the west coast's booming mining days. I just loved the colours and textures of the rust on this "Scoopmobile".
This Huon pine is bleached so white it almost looked like black and white pictures:
And then, suddenly, this yellow flower sticking out from the pile of wood, the brightness of its colour forming a vibrant contrast against the grey: This was probably a jetty once upon a time:

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