These are two upturned boats that the fishermen of Lindisfarne use as storage buildings. At the far end they had cut the boat and built a wooden wall in which they have put a door. In the background you can see Lindisfarne castle. This is on Lindisfarne ( Holy Island) in Northumberland on the North east coast of England.
Moody and intriguing.
What a cool way to recycle. And the sky and the castle in the horizon are gorgeous !
Really cool. Recycle.
Very interesting.. I wouldn't have guessed those are boats
wow amazing photo, fantastic shot, well done
A great shot, Lawrence. Almost surreal. The boat on the right looks like a pumpkin.
They look wonderful don't they ?
The boat on the right is a fig for me
Great picture! What else do you do with an old boat?
Great photo Lawrence! Holy Island is a place of magic for sure!
Thank you Peggy It sure is. I always enjoy my time there
Wonderful piece. Keep up the creativity. Also, do check out my art and lemme know what you think of it. Would love to get your opinion.
Very elegant recycling.
Wonderful b&w study
Great shot Lawrence!!!