Groin.

Groin-ish

The remains of two wooden posts that used to be part of a groin (groyne) on the beach at Pett-Level.

Much like the last blog post: this, to me, is sculpture. They’re eminently touchable and evocative of all sorts of things. Not the least of which is remembering the past, and our ancestors who cut them from trees and put them there.

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