Rust and Fray

For now this rope and the heavy metal weight seem to be bound intrinsically together. However, signs are there too for a future parting; the rope is old and starting to fray while the metal is corroding, being eaten away by rust. These objects were stood on the quay-side by a pile of fishing gear, the salty spray and air no doubt hastening the rusting process.

The Disappearing Rope
The Disappearing Rope

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