The texture of this close-up of a mater shed door is looking a bit on the rough side.
A common item to find in a weavers; the bobbins onto which the yarns are loaded before being installed on the machines. Traditionally these were made of wood but these days are mostly plastic.
A bin of many different coloured yarns ready to be woven into top quality materials
The number of yarns loaded into this machine gives the appearance of chaos, but out of this jumble come the most beautiful rugs…
The beautiful colours and patterns created by a spillage of oil on water. The dark patch is a reflection of the harbour wall. This effect of colour changes dependant on the thickness of the skin of oil. In this case the skin is probably only 0.0003 mm thick.
This collection of boats caught my eye because of the vibrant colour against the grey of the river.
My emotions are always ‘piqued’ when I come across skys like this when out on Dartmoor….I love the place