Another one from a little while back in Girvan. At the harbour three boats floated in the shallow water, all tied up waiting for their captains…
Another one from a “wee” while back when I was in the seaside town of Girvin. My camera seemed to focus more on the ropes which I thought created quite a good picture. When editing it and trying to come up with a title, I first thought of “Learn to Tie The Ropes” but mother soon corrected me by telling me it was “Learn the Ropes”. So, I give you… “Learn the Ropes”.
Ever had that feeling of timelessness? Some say that’s what heaven feels like – there’s no such thing as time, just eternity. But I didn’t have to go to heaven just to feel no sense of time. I went to a small seaside town with a harbour about a month ago. My soul was grabbed, looking down the dock with the fail of a lighthouse at the bottom. That’s, when I felt timeless. I was in eternity, whilst the world moved on around me.
This was another photo I took whilst in Girvan earlier this week. Of course, it has been edited but I just had to make that bird the centre piece. I was lucky enough to catch it in mid-flight and gave me the impression of this particular bird going home for the night as the sun was setting.
When looking through my photos earlier, I realised that I haven’t yet uploaded any panorama pictures, and it’s such a shame because I should use and share as many features of a camera as I can. When at the harbour early this week, I tried a little shot and this showed almost the full length of the entrance to the docks.
Another one from the beach from some day this week… Anyway, ever noticed that if you eat anything near seagulls, they almost point it out with radar and start surrounding you? Well that was what happened… I never knew they liked sausage suppers so much!
Yet another one from Girvan Harbour, as stated on the life ring thing. Not much explaining to do here, just another wee bit of photography!
This one is edited. Obviously. Gutted that picnik is closing, I have been searching for another online free, but good editor and I’ve been experimenting with a few. Anyway, yet again, one I took at the harbour in Girvan- a seaside town. I simply called it what the old writing on the ground says, “Danger: No Swimming in Harbour”.
I took this whilst in Girvan on one of the days this week. A simple ladder at the harbour to allow the sailors to climb out of their boats and be on solid ground. However, to an eye that doesn’t think of life as most people do, this ladder can seem to be going up, almost an optical illusion. There must be somewhere in the universe where gravity is reversed, and the sea is the sky, and in that world, with that ladder, you can climb to the sky.
This is by far, to me at least, the best photo I have ever taken. It is so clear, and believe it or not, it is completely natural; I have not applied any editing whatsoever. I’m not feeling very creative today, so I simply called it, “Screaming Seagulls”. And yes, I did take it at the seaside, and yes, that is and old shelter they are standing on, and yes, that is in Girvan, and no, that is not my chips they are yelling for.