This week’s contribution to Narami’s Tuesday’s of Texture (de monte y mar).
A combination of torrents of water streaming off the hills and the severe gales blowing upstream, magnified by a high noonday tide and almost full moon created some fascinating waves and mini-bores on this average English river.
This week’s contribution to Narami’s Tuesdays of Texture (de monte y mar).
Beneath your feet
the depth goes on
Break the surface
make a ripple
Feel the depth
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Beneath Your Feet.”
This whole bleak hillside on the west coast of Scotland is adorned with swathes of grass ripples.
Flattened by the intensity of the winter gales, they are so dehydrated by the harsh weather conditions that when the sun appears they absorb so much light they become illuminated with a rich golden colour.
And … they just beg to be touched.