Canon 5D Mark II, 70-300 F/5.6, f/5.6, 1/320, iso 160
As I mentioned in this post last week, I am trying my hand at "Tiny Landscapes." The goal is to find pleasing and creative compositions, naturally as found. The beaches here on Bainbridge Island are not sandy, they are rocky. There are any number of items that wash up on the shores. I'm not sure where this metal plate came from, but most likely it has been here a long time.
I thought it interesting how the metal had rusted away in this pattern, and then the rocks filled in the space. I was very drawn to the metal itself, and wanted to feature it too. Thus this composition, kind of a "negative space" approach.
What do you think?