What I really loved about Wales and Ireland was all the varied rock formations on their spectacular coastlines.
Porthgain featured dark blue-grey slate that turned bright orange with rust wherever it cracked and the innermost rock was exposed.
And now for some playing around, combining the rock with a bunch of torn posters heavily nailed and stapled. The Cliffs of Moher in Ireland also had some great examples of rusty slate, although with a fair bit more green algae added to the mix.I have been trying to work with the images to create something new and different. This one has a painting laid over the cracked rocks. More of Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Rust or Decay.
4 thoughts on “Rust and Shale Rock Formations in Wales”
I’ve always had a thing with rust, and of course associate it mostly with metal. To see it like this on rocks is very special, and so beautiful! Great shots!
The colours were so inspiring – I feel a painting coming on!
The colours are so dramatic – I was almost thinking to do the laundry room in those colours…