19 thoughts on “Old rusty anchor

  1. Tressa

    Makes one wonder about the story behind the anchor – how it ended up there, and the “life” it has before. How do you find these sites? Or is that a trade secret? 🙂

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    1. vovazinger Post author

      Thank you very much. Judging by the rust, this anchor had a very long life, and if it could talk about it, it probably had a lot of stories. About sites. This is not a trade secret. As I often say, we are surrounded by beautiful and amazing things, you just need to take your time and look around.

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    1. vovazinger Post author

      Unfortunately, I don’t know anyone who can tell me these stories. They can be very interesting or very boring. Who knows? But we can imagine what we want. Thank you, Sophia.

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  2. vovazinger Post author

    Thank you very much. Even though this anchor is heavily rusted, it still retains its shape and suggests its impressive history.

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  3. vovazinger Post author

    Thank you very much, Dolly. Most of the time I like to photograph rusty objects in color, but this time I decided to check how they would be in black and white.

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