Whilst eating my sandwich on a bench outside the Yarmouth Council building, I noticed a section of pedestrian protective railings at a road crossing. It looked as if quite a few vehicles had crashed into it! There were two sections, both badly mangled. What was most interesting, was the shadow they cast, like a mirror image due to the bright sunlight. I photographed the two lengths separately, with a view to stitching them together in the computer, but found it difficult, so I just used one. I created the shadow artificially. Just along the road (South DenesRd.) it is an industrial area dealing with the gas fields offshore. In one manufacturing compound was a very large fabricated structure painted yellow. I suppose it was a frame made of box steel. There were gaps through the frame which I have filled in with a flat yellow plane.
Crash Chrome Yellow
Medium: Reworked digital photograph
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