Wordless Wednesday – Washed Up




  1. Inspiring, very well captured… 🙂

  2. A fine find for a composition, Sue. I like the way the colours of the sea are echoed inside the boat. Interesting on all sorts of levels.

    • Sue

      Thanks, Tish – I love a bit of decay, so very pleased when I saw this…loved the textures, and as you say, the colour of the sea echoed in the floor of the boat!

  3. There’s something so appealing about beached wooden boats — part nostalgic, part aesthetic. This does it for me!

  4. A lovely bright photo, Sue. The bleached-out wood is shown in great detail.
    Best wishes, Pete.

    • Sue

      It’s a beautiful bright day here, Pete, so I thought I would continue…. WritIng Christmas cards is a bit easier looking out of the window to a bright scene!

  5. Wonderful image, Sue! Poor old boat. 😦

  6. A lovely photo. There is a certain sadness about it. An abandoned boat – or just a boat washed ashore – with leftovers of a storm still hitting the coast. At least that’s how I see it.

  7. Sandra Curtin

    Absolutely stunning Sue.

  8. poppytump

    It might be passed its prime but this old boat has great charm Sue ! Love this 🙂

  9. Well done, such an interesting and thoughtful submission.

  10. Gorgeous composition Sue. I love this.

  11. A nice composition and lovely shades of blue, perfect!

  12. A beautiful picture, Sue. And I agree with Tish, it’s like the sea is still inside the boat…following it on shore. A bit of melancholy…

  13. A rocky shore, a dilapidated wooden boat, a mountain range and wispy clouds in the sky – how could this fail to please! (Had a dispute in the checkout queue today about whether it was better to wear out or rust out – what do you reckon?)

  14. I love the composition of this shot, very pretty !

  15. something about an abandoned boat!! Beautiful!

  16. Beautiful capture Sue…

  17. Beautiful photo, Sue. An abandoned boat against the backdrop of magnificent scenery. Maybe they came, and never left?

  18. A great find and a beautiful capture. Makes you wonder what the story is behind this little boat.

  19. Loving the colors here.

  20. What is it about washed-up boats that so appeals to us?! Lovely capture Sue

  21. Luverly! 🙂 🙂 Hope you’re looking forward to Christmas in your new home, Sue?

    • Sue

      Thanks, Jo! I’m not particularly looking forward to Christmas, but that’s what living on your own does! I’m off to friends Christmas Day and Boxing Day, and no doubt other things will turn up as well. Plus I’ve already done a number of Christmas-related things, very sociable.

  22. A most gorgeous, restful shot!

  23. Images of beached boats suggest so many thoughts and stories.
    Composition has lovely lines and shapes

  24. Very evocative – I LOVE shots like this. Well captured, Sue.

    All the best for 2016 🙂

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