Even on a short visit to Falmouth I found time to search the coastline for more rock abstracts. It is one of those subjects where the process of photography is often more important than the results.
The digital age has done much for photography including making it more accessible. However, I sometimes feel that photography has become too results orientated driven by an ever increasing number of competitions, social media likes, favourites, followers, votes etc. As a consequence, some of the simple pleasures of photography get overlooked. In the case of rock patterns in Falmouth this includes: being at the coast; going for a walk; looking and seeing colours, patterns and textures; and capturing them with a camera: