We started off the night in the grounds of St Faiths Church in Gaywood where i really struggled to find anything of interest for me, until I went to the back of the graveyard and found a number of graves using crosses as grave stones.
|70mm F6.3 1/13 ISO 200|
The cross in the background, which is the point of focus was leaning over so I made it stand straight and its surroundings lean at an angle. My least favourite part of this image is the stump in the middle which is too bright.
Behind this scene is a cross on the floor and a lone grave a number of meters behind it.
|31mm F4.0 1/30 ISO 200|
The sky was very over cast and boring for photography, so I made sure to zoom in and crop the sky out in shot rather than at the editing stage.
The flaking paint and rotten textures make for a real sight and with a bit of exploring some great details can be found easily.
Three of the finer wrecks very accessible for photography. The two in the foreground are on a different side of the water from the one in the background. The further vessel is brought closer by the angle and focal length.
As you can see they were once quite large boats.
Never to be again.