Sunday, 5 February 2012

Macro Monday: Beach Debris, Loch Lomond

Beach Debris

You cannot beat a bit of beach debris to take a photograph of for its texture alone. Taken on the beach near Rowardennan on the banks of Loch Lomond last September.

Macro Monday by Lisa's Chaos

15 Feedback Comments:

Pieces of Sunshine said...

A beautiful mix of elements, a treat for the eyes and treasure seeker.

Stewart M said...

Hi there - can’t believe I'm the first to comment!

That’s a wonderful picture - how many textures I wonder?

Stewart M - Australia

jane said...

Hello Jane - so much detail there - we recently went to Norfolk and took lots of beach shots - love it - Jane UK

Lea s Menagerie said...

Love this photo of beach debris!
Lea
Lea's Menagerie
Mississippi, USA

Leslie said...

oh yes, lovely textures! (and so different from a beach photo taken here on florida's gulf coast - where the sand is like white sugar and there are shells instead of pine cones and pebbles!)

Jane said...

@ Leslie: Thanks, I would love that kind of beach too though-shells are pretty.

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Beautiful photo.

Regards and best wishes

Postcards from Wildwood said...

It's a lovely autumnal shot, Jane. I'm betting Loch Lomond isn't looking like this right now! Hope you're keeping warm.
Janice.

Jane said...

@ Janice: I little bit icy at the moment I think, but still quite mild for this time of the year, welcome change from the previous 2 winters we have had.

Thanks for dropping by:)

Kala said...

Wonderful details in this image.

Happy MM

Jama said...

Great texture around1 Did you bring back any of them ?

Jane said...

@ Jama: LOL, no I didn't bring any of them back, I used to do that when I was younger though.

Mats said...

Nice one, full of details! :)

Madge @ The View From Right Here said...

Love this shot! You've captured the forest floor beautifully!

NixBlog said...

Ah... Lovely and somehow sad, reminds me of the old Scots ballad.

"O ye'll tak' the high road, and Ah'll tak' the low road
And Ah'll be in Scotlan' afore ye
Fir me an' my true love will ne-er meet again
On the bonnie, bonnie banks o' Loch Lomon'."