Some sort of tether(?) ring at Fort Taber, an old military fort in New Bedford, Massachusetts. I am not sure of their use, but they are about 8-10″ round and solid. The weight of them being bumped against the stone they are attached to has worn away at it, leaving a ring-shaped channel that looks as though it were chiseled out of the stone. I don’t know as much about this fort as I probably should, and judging by the amount of vandalism in some spots, neither do a lot of other people.
I’m making an attempt to shoot photos differently than I usually do in hopes of finding some new ideas. I often find myself shooting the same things in the same way, over and over, and I feel the need to break that cycle. I’m certain to flop on a lot of ideas, but I am prepared for that. At the same time, I also hope to find a few little niches here and there and be able to expand on them. Either way, I think it will be good for me to do, maybe even push me in a different direction, one that I can feel a bit more comfortable in and still keep things fresh.