An offering of images from Charleston, South Carolina, and travels elsewhere.
From the image perspective, you could say that this is a case of the part perhaps being greater than the whole, as this selective view is so striking and attractive.
I would have never guessed what this photo represent but for the text you wrote, Doug! They must be made by a special wood! I like this warm color.
Light on these canoes lying is beautiful
great texture and light
Fantastic photograph, a fantastic idea. I am greeting
i've been going back through your images, trying to catch up with what i've missed. your work is truly wonderful, doug. what a pleasure to see the world through your lens. these canoes, at first, looked like worn steps. when i read your text you took me on a journey of the mind, making connections between steps and boats...thank you!
The Old Town canoe, quite a Maine brand.
Great find with these lying canoes. Nice color and light.Have a nice day.
I'd rather see these canoes at work tomorrow.For instance, milking a yak, herding some yaks. Ha. ;o)I am very confused now.Are you Decky or Boug?I'm still trying to differentiate yow between cak.I need to have a piece of cake now.Will figure it tomorrow.
Again wonderful eye Doug!
At first I thought these were stairs! Love the texture and rich color :)
Very good composition. I liked your point of view and those strong scratches on the canoes. Hard play!
love those scratches
Wow, really cool abstract Doug--it almost seems organic to me. I love it!
A superbly abstract, moody, and graphic interpretation...with a nice degree of uncertainty that requires close perusal. Love it.
wow, this one of the best i'd say! the colour of the boats and the textures on them are superb!
I love this! Great vision Doug! A real beauty!
pretty cool lighting & framing.. ;)i missed breakfast, proves to show how hungry i am.. i thought they were sausages.. XD