These pictures are taken in Ross Bay, near my favourite storm drain and directly across the street from the cemetery which can be seen in the background.
The weather is getting nice, and someone is obviously determined to maximize beach comforts – no splintery driftwood for their delicate posteriors. There is a wood barrier in front creating a “living room”, presumably to reduce the breeze and maximize the opportunities for melanoma.
Anyway, it was surprising to come across this, and I think it makes for a pretty strange picture. Especially the bull kelp left to dry, as if forgotten by Neptune’s dominatrix. Looks too like her cat was sharpening its claws on the arm of the chesterfield.
Canon EOS 5Dii, Nikkor-N 24mm/f-2.8 lens, ISO100, ~f8, 1/400th
This post is set to publish in my absence. I will have limited access to a computer. I might be able to respond to comments over the weekend; if not I will do so in a few days.