Safe Harbor II
A lonely light post at the end of the wave breaker in the southwestern province of the Netherlands. The place is sparsely populated and, sometimes, feels almost deserted, especially in the offseason of early spring. I think this light post, unused during the day, is an example of how the whole area around it is waiting for action, is quiet in anticipation of the tourists that will descend on the beaches and small towns of the Zeeland province interrupting the calm till the fall when everything again will doze off in milky slumber.
This image is one of the series photographs all exploring the depth and longing power of perspective. The viewer's attention is inevitably drawn to the point of convergence which we all interpret differently thus creating our own stories about this place.