This month Becky (the Queen of Squares) has challenged us to find lines. In Squares naturally. That is the only proper ‘rule’. I have been dipping into the archives for this one, as well as finding local lines.
These slow moving waves on the Hayle river were caused by a small fishing vessel that had left the quay in front of me. I was capturing the lines of the viaduct and boat masts for the challenge, but then this caught my eye. I hope it captures the feeling of the swell moving along.
This is the penultimate square lines – still time to post if you want to join in!
October Squares | Day 30
11 thoughts on “October Squares | Day Thirty”
Nice ripples, Jude!
Best wishes, Pete. x
Ripples! That’s the word I was looking for!
I did! 🙂 🙂 Almost missed the boat with this one, Jude…
I’ll show you the boats in a later post.
I have your bed made up ready 😁🛏️💕
ooh these ripples are amazing . . almost like you have painted the blue in
I loved how the swell just moved towards me in these soft rolling lines.
one of those perfect moments 🙂
I was actually facing the other way taking a photo of the viaduct for the challenge! A good job I looked back.
Great capture. So soft and silky, with a single blob of red to catch the eye.
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