In the distance it appeared out of the sand, was it an antediluvian monster whose ancient petrified bones had been revealed by the great storm or was it the wreck of a ship from the age of canvas and timber?
The child in me wanted it to be the dinosaur, ( I named it Woolgoolgasaurus), the adult went home and researched that it was a ship, called ironically the Buster, who came to grief 118 years ago on Woolgoolga Beach. Every decade or so after another great storm produces beach erosion, it's mysterious bones/timbers reappear.
In the end I decided I could easily reconcile both perspectives, child and adult, imagination and reality.
On the 1st of the month the City Daily Photo community come together and shoot to a theme. For September it is Perspective.Click here to view thumbnails for all participants