Dirty but Beautiful


Early of Spring time this year I and a friend of mine went for a walk down to a canal that connects Leeds and Liverpool.

When we got there I saw that some parts along the canal was covered by some oil. I guessed it was the oil that been used to run the canal boats around there. Obviously it’s not good for the surroundings but what can I do? *shrug*

Apart from that unpleasant thing the weather was very good, sunny bright. The shadows of the trees and other surroundings reflected to the water and the sunlight emphasized so it created abstract patterns.

Here they are…

Dirty but BeatifulDirty but BeatifulDirty but BeatifulDirty but BeatifulIs this called a blessing in disguise? Hope you enjoyed them.πŸ™‚

 

 

 

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