I am also partial to symmetry and patterns both natural and man made.
I can appreciate that this type of image is not to everyone's taste but I really enjoy the creative process in making what I refer to as 'shaky' images. The very nature of the image making process means that you do not know exactly what you will get but with practice the potential of a scene becomes easier to interpret. This is an example of doing what makes me happy. There will certainly be more shakiness in 2016.
A recurring theme - rust. There is real beauty in the 'Art of Oxidation"
I love the coast and living on an island means we have a lot of it. This is from the north east of England (Northumberland) and shows the forces of nature as a sculpture.
A man sat silently with his thoughts. After I took the photograph we exchanged a respectful nod of the head and I left him to his thoughts.
Very often I know the title I will give an image immediately. If you grew up in the late 60s and early 70s you may remember the TV series called 'The Time Tunnel'.
Late September saw a trip to Washington and New York. Modern airline baggage allowances are not favourable to photographers and some serious decisions had to be made regarding the allocation of weight to clothes after the camera equipment had been packed.
They certainly 'do' monuments well in Washington DC.