Yachts at anchor -Salcombe II. [392 ]. The tide points them and the wind riffles the surface. The little orange and yellow buoys tempt you to look for space. But the towel is already on the beach; it's a ploy, they just wanted you to come and play. Temptresses, the modern-day sirens, they are already spoken for; 'Private Mooring'. Painted from memory, because our skipper is a bit sniffy about oil paint on board , I wanted to explore the patterns made by the elements and man.