This is the ceiling of a beach “shelter” in our neighborhood. I thought the shapes and the reflections were interesting.
This week, Ailsa’s theme seems to have been selected with me in mind. It’s as if she knew we had family visiting all week, and the family includes two perpetual motion machines. Here they are in all their glory:
If you see those two coming, just get out of the way!
This week’s photo challenge is: escape, which has many different meanings. I am going to interpret it with one simple photo, shot at Sandy Neck, Mass., (on Cape Cod, near Barnstable). This looks like a lovely place to escape – from day-to-day life, from other people, from noise – even from your kids, if that’s your idea of a peaceful few hours. Unfortunately, as serene as this scene looks, it was shot from a boat, the path of which went right past this serene scene, and which was joined by many, many other boats. Fishermen, whale watchers, day-trippers – all interrupting the solitude of the scene. I still wouldn’t mind escaping there for a few hours (at least until high tide!).