in one of my earlier posts (here), I briefly discussed the freedom that actually carrying your camera brings versus keeping it tucked away safely in your camera bag.  It allows for a level of creativity that perhaps you don’t get when you use your tripod.

I came across this abandoned boat up a creek on the Roseland Peninsula in Cornwall in amongst boats that were in a lot better condition.  It was oddly scaffolded in to place, so despite its decay it was sat upright thanks to the scaffold structure that ran through it.  I was drawn to all the wonderful intimate details that time had inflicted(?) on the boat – I could have spent a happy afternoon going over this boat, but my family were already 15 minutes ahead of me, so I had to leave to catch up :/

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