Urban landscapes: the drying nets
HOWTH HARBOUR, IRELAND
During our European cruise vacation, my wife and I did an excursion out of Dublin. We had a brief stop in the charming town of Howth, which is a Dublin suburb but also a working fishing village. I was intrigued by all the drying nets and the view of the distant shore, so I moved around until finding this composition.
Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter
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