I tend to take photographs with composition in mind, maybe except when I’m trying Street Photography, but other than that, its usually about how the scene shapes up, where the lines go, how much foreground versus background to use, and sometimes, even where the main subject should fall, although that is not always the case.
Because of that approach, and because I seldom think about the “colour” of the image, I tend to see the resulting image in terms of black and white, shades of gray, more about form and function, lines, elements, etc.
These were just some thoughts going through my mind while processing this image:
At Lusignan its currently more of a dam than a seawall 🙂
Click on the image to see it in the Gallery along with some others from the “Up East” album