Here’s a photo of a cove entrance featuring very little of the cove.
I like this image as it’s suggests the cove rather than announces.
There’s little in the way to suggest its shape; all you have is the parts that denote an entrance.
I also like how there’s a difference in the visible parts.
The one closer is more obviously degraded, whereas the one farther away has visible vegetation and appears much less degraded. It makes me think about the types of rock and structural weakness in the area.
The space afforded by the ocean, as well as the framing almost makes the visible land feel isolated.
This is my submission into the one hundred-and-eighty-third Lens-Artists Photo Challenge.
The theme for this one is “Memorable Events“.
Other than natural processes, this is memorable to me as it was the day I discovered issues with the car that led to its returning to the mechanic for replacing parts that are costing a significant portion of my income, leading to a rather uncertain period in terms of finance. But the view was beautiful, at least.
The host of the Lens-Artists challenges cycles weekly between the following people:
Week 1 – Patti
Week 2 – Ann-Christine aka Leya
Week 3 – Amy
Week 4 – Tina
This one is curated by Leya. The next one is curated by Amy.
This year three people are joining the Lens-Artists team:
Sofia Alves of Photographias
Anne Sandler of Slow Shutter Speed
John Steiner of Journeys with Johnbo
As such the above hosting order is likely to change.
I recommend participating in the challenges. They’re enjoyable and allow room for interpretation of the theme without straying too far. If you don’t participate, then I recommend that you at least check out what others of the Lens-Artists community are submitting.
I hope you enjoy.