Centre of attention

On Easter Monday I took a walk in the biting, wintry wind. At least the sun occasionally revealed itself.

I was in Maldon, Essex and went down to the riverside where I’ve been with my camera numerous times. My task was to seek out miniscule, ordinary details and capture them with depth and precise focusing.

The deserted pub garden. A small chain and some rope next to the assembled boats. A simple road sign and the texture of some walls. There was also a lively market taking place which provided further fodder for my lens. The smaller things matter and can provide unexpected sources of aesthetic pleasure.

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