My parents are visiting for a few days and, as seems to be the case all too often, the weather isn’t very nice. We decided to take a trip to Nash Point on the Glamorgan Heritage Coast as I’ve only been there once and my parents haven’t been there at all – and this time, the tide was out. It was immediately obvious that it wasn’t the weather for landscapes:
As I was wondering around, I noticed that rocks were caught in crevices and pools and decided to forget the traditional landscapes and to concentrate of the micro landscapes. I haven’t moved any rocks or anything else in these photos – they are exactly as I found them.
This one, I thought looked rather like an eye