Ever the optimist, I guess: When I read this week’s photo challenge, I immediately had to think of the waste afloat on our oceans. Well, here is my contribution: What goes around, comes around. Literally.
This picture was made last year, and scanned, and then put aside. I stumbled upon it when I looked for panoramas for Paula’s Black and White Sunday – and realized (yet again) that it sometimes takes me a while to come to appreciate a picture.
Pondering the subject of this week’s photo challenge, I realize that water points towards the concept of infinity in so many ways: On the shore, I often see (or actually do not see) the sea touch the sky. I witness the tides, and with that I suddenly understand water is always going somewhere. Like infinity, I cannot grasp it. The picture shows water running over a sandy beach in a rivulet. Capturing its movement, I found a beast’s eye –
Weekly Photo Challenge: Companionable
This is a contribution to Ailsa’s Travel Theme: Oceans.