Rusted Object

Here’s a photo that was taken on the same day as the last one.

As I was exploring around, I saw this, so I decided to take photos.

The rock I was on was a good number of metres above the ocean, so I wondered as to what it was used for.

I think it was mostly used as an anchoring point for either climbing down or for fishers.

Maybe it was used as a mooring point for boats, but it is quite high up for that, so I think that option is unlikely.

In any event, I like that it’s an object that’s mysterious to me.
It’s been weathered over time and (probably) taken a slightly different shape to what it used to look like.

This is my forty-eighth submission into Leanne Cole‘s Monochrome Madness.

I hope you enjoy.IMG_3485 IMG_3488 IMG_3489

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I'm some guy that does stuff. The standards. Creating amazing effigies, scaling mountains using my feet only and replacing the very fabric of reality. Serious time! I enjoy writing. I make music in some of my spare time. Currently working somewhat full time and studying as well. Also working on self-improvement. Hoping to one day fill the internet with enough insane ramblings to impress a cannibal rat ship. I have a page called MS Paint Masterpieces that you may be interested in checking out.
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One Response to Rusted Object

  1. Ompong says:

    It is so rusted that it’s original shape may no longer be discerned and what it looks like now may be very different from what it was before… Could be an artifact of some sort!

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