My walk this week is one I have taken many times but as always, the conditions are different every time. On this occasion it was the angle from which I was viewing things that had a strong the influence on my photography of the walk.
For instance, it may be obvious to many of you what the image above shows, but as I passed by on Swansea Bay’s wonderful expansive beach, for some reason I thought to myself, “That’s a funny thing to draw in shells on the beach” – I thought it looked like a boot! (I know, don’t ask! Lol). It wasn’t until a came round to see it from another angle that I realised it was a heart which, as everyone knows, is one of the most obvious things to draw in shells on a beach!
So my walk this week along the beach and back through the Swansea Marina is a walk well known to me, but as familiar as I am with the place, I have never found that I have lost interest in it one iota. The patterns and textures, the beach objects and art, the scattering of people, walkers, families, beach activities – all provide an endlessly fascinating and always changing scene.