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When Objects Align

During the same evening walk by the sea as mentioned in my previous post, two items that had washed ashore provided rare moments of alignment with two considerably larger man-made objects on the coast.

First I spotted a spiky looking tree branch pointing skywards. Behind it in the distance, the conveyor at the closed Redcar blast furnace echoes the angle of the branch.

Later on I came across the famous three stripes of a lost Adidas training shoe echoing the three vertical bar shapes on the exterior face of Hartlepool nuclear power station.

Though these images aren’t clamouring to be framed and hung on a wall, I find these simple opportune alignments very satisfying.

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