The day was normal for October here: rain, heavy at times with gusty winds and mild temperature. I needed driftwood photos for the latest DC brought to us by Mano. The old dump beach was the handiest place to go - just 5 minutes by truck from my studio in town...
...and scattered with lots of great drift wood.
|I had fun editing my photos...|
|...adjusting hue and saturation...|
|...and playing around with filters.|
|The driftwood here on our beaches is all huge...|
|...being old-growth evergreens for the most part...|
|...cast into the seawater by wind storms long ago.|
|Some roots have captured shrouds of fabric, lending an eerie mood to the place.|
Thanks to Mano for an excuse to go beach combing today. Please check out the other driftwood offerings cast ashore on the blogs of some terrific artists over at her place.