I found this piece of board yesterday washed up on the Humber flood defences. Something about it really appealed to me, the contrast of gloss paint against the worn smoothness of exposed wood. I also noticed how the paint had cracked echoed the rivulets and channels in the mud when the tide is out. I am not sure why I kept it or what, if anything, I will do with it, I just liked it.
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