Greetings Grey Eagle. Thanks so much for your recent visit to my gallery. Your nice comments and
generous appraisal is much appreciated.
I have had a whistle stop tour through your superb gallery and you can be sure that I will return again.
As you may already have gathered, I am very fond of all things nautical having lived close to the ocean all my long life. No fishing port should be without its fleet of pots and my hometown is no exception. HERE is a tidier version.
Thanks once again, for the trip has been most enjoyable---Jim
ps. I shall add your gallery to my list of preference.
Hello Jim do you live near Robin Hood Bay? A.K.A. Bramblewick
Never been There but I know it very well, having read all the books by
Leo Walmsley could describe in detail “How to make a Lobster Pot” amongst other things.
I like your Whitby Lobster Pots. I must look at your gallery to see if you have any Photos of the Becks and Scars around
Have a nice day. RAY
R.S.V.P….. Please tell me if one can still vote on these Photos. The reason I ask is because I’ve had replies saying the voting box was not visible!!!!
Sorry I missed your comment here Ray, but in response to your question, yes I do live nearby Robin Hoods Bay, aka Bramblewick, and my son lives above the village at Fylingthorpe.
I have failed to capture any images of this picturesque little spot but I am planning to rectify this come summertime. It is arguably, one of the most beautiful and picturesque fishing villages in Britain!!
Hope this finds you well Ray!!
Hi Ray you like myself like these fishing ports, and try to make the most of them, good photo, the only thing I don't like is fishing:)) but I've tried crabbing and caught a few:))
Bude Harbour and Canal.
The sea lock entrance to the Bude Canal can be seen on the left just above the crab pots.
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Photo taken in Bude, Cornwall, UK
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