400 Years

Weekly Photo Challenge: Regret

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18 thoughts on “400 Years

    1. tms Post author

      Excellent question. I am quite sure this is not a historical place in particular (although it might have seen battles during WW II). I was rather thinking of the future: There are man-made objects in this picture that are said to take about 400 years to deteriorate. That stuff has also been found inside birds, sea turtles, and mussels.

  1. Rick Diffley

    Thanks for sharing this image. And yes, it appears a little underexposed on my iPhone. With a bright sky in the background, these are tough shots.

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    1. tms Post author

      Thanks for visiting and commenting, Rick. I am afraid that if the picture were brighter, it probably would not be what I wanted, and I think I might have dismissed it –

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