These no-slip surfaces are common on docks around here, and especially the ramps leading down to docks.
One comes to really appreciate them when loaded with gear on wet days at low tide.
Hideous though they may be when compared to worn wood with grain standing off the surface a bit, which is what is underneath, they are still a thing of beauty.
This is another image from the roll posted as Up Island at 52Rolls.net.
Olympus XA2, Ilford XP2 Super 400
It works so well rotated like this through ninety degrees.
Hi Andy, Thank you! I actually rotated the camera rather than the image, in this case. Not that I am concerned about rotating images in post.
This gives me a little bit of vertigo…but I like it anyway. In fact, I like it quite a bit.
Thank Melinda! Come visit, you can experience the vertigo in person. It leads down to an excellent walking and biking trail.
It seems like I am due for a visit – all I need is to find another conference in Seattle…
Yes! Though we are overdue a visit in your direction.
Of course, you have an open invitation!
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