|Port Clyde #2|
Port Clyde is a tiny town at the southern tip of a small peninsula in Maine. Its claim to fame is as the departure point for the ferry to Monhegan Island, a well-known artist retreat.
I took this photo there on a grey day in June, and then I transformed the image by using exaggerated sunset colours in hand-dyed cottons.
I read some advice for artists somewhere recently that said, more or less, "Push your strengths." I feel that my use of bold colour could be one of my strengths, so here is the result.
And I love the web formed by the overhead phone lines.