Under the anchor

Under the anchor

After the cemetery, I drove up to Sault Ste. Marie to see if any lakers were going through the locks.  No lakers at the time, so I wondered about the grounds and came upon an anchor monumented in the park area within the tourist grounds.  All black with rivets and a sheen even in the cloudy fall daylight.  I took a few pictures and noticed the patterns and textures and composition of the underside of the anchor.  The iron almost seemed to be stretching and the soft lighting was beautiful.  I softened the tones and sharpness to accentuate the mood and abstraction.

October 23, 2016          Sault Ste. Marie          Nikon D90

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