Saturday, 29 January 2011

a groyne at Blyth

a groyne is a protective structure of  wood,  stone or concrete which  extends from the shore  to prevent or reduce beach erosion. This section shown is from a groyne on Blyth beach  in Northumberland

5 comments:

  1. Your photograph is like an abstract composition. Interesting contrasts of shapes, colors and textures.

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  2. It must have looked very different that in does now when they first put it up. Love the green color :-)

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  3. Amazing - love the metal plates and the green and red.

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  4. Great detail and colour in this image.

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  5. Thanks everyone for these positive comments, CB

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