For this post I decided to share some photos I have taken during October. Some were taken through the windows of trains crossing the River Thames. The others were taken during and after a visit to The Beacon Museum in Whitehaven, where hubby and I visited an exhibition of sea paintings and another about World War I. We are looking forward to the exhibition of Wildlife Photographs, which begins later in November.
This week’s photo challenge from the Daily Post is Danger! (Compulsory exclamation mark.)
I took this photo with the challenge in mind. The railings around Whitehaven harbour and the availability of life-belts indicate the danger of the deep water and steep sides of the harbour.
I had watched a boat leave the inner harbour and was surprised to notice it in the photo on its way to the open sea.
The photo challenge from the Daily Post is Mirror. The reflections I am sharing are in Whitehaven Harbour. Every detail seems to be reflected. The clouds in the sky are obvious, but the railings on the harbour-side, barely visible against the backgound, are clear in the reflection.