Weathered Wood

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Driftwood at Peter Cove North, Pender Island, BC, Canada.

My previous post was a picture of the staircase that leads to the beach access at Peter Cove North on Pender Island, BC, Canada. I thought today I would continue my walk on the beach as I need a diversion from this.

We’ve noticed this winter changes in what we find on the beach; the scenery is constantly altering. Logs move about, new driftwood shows up, it is a visual reminder of the power of the sea.

blog peter cove north_2928 bwDriftwood and trees are just perfect for black and white photography. It shows the texture, shadows and form perfectly. In black and white driftwood looks like nature’s sculpture.

blog peter cove north cropped_2931 bwTrapped rocks always lead you to wonder how they got there. How high was the tide or strong were the waves? You quickly learn to take the picture when you see an item of interest as it can be swept away in the next winter storm.

 

Photography by Debra Hunter
www.debra-hunter.com

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About Deb

Photographer, artist and artisan splitting time between Alberta and British Columbia, Canada. Check out my new project at www.handmade-canada.com , a site for Canadian handmades and art.
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