"Henrietta Street"

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Taken before I knew how to control the over-exposed sky..I still like the photo since it reminds me of days-gone-by!

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sonjamar - No Views… on September 23, 2008

Very nice old houses in the street.I like this photo,Sonja

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on September 25, 2008

Where have all the tourists gone? you might ask Paula Perhaps they see me coming with my camera poised!! Would you believe, the street was briefly deserted, seconds after the shutter clicked.

I am humbled by your words of encouragement Victor, to have ones work acknowledged thus is a great honour.

I guess there is no place like home Paul, and though I understand your desire to remain in California, your memory is bound to be jogged in a nostalgic way when you see images like these

Your visit and comment is much appreciated Beatriz.

The old town is very popular with the tourists Marcello and with me also.

And I am pleased to know that you visited my gallery also Stephan, it is always a nice surprise.

Greetings and welcome Sir Hallo, that's a grand nickname you have. I appreciate your nice comments and I'm glad you liked this photo

Dear Sonja, This is the most popular little street in the town and is normally thronging with people.

Thanks folks for your visit and great comments.

Cheers---Jim

Madidi on September 29, 2008

I can understand the attraction of this beautiful little street and why it would normally be busy Jim but it's a magical shot with just that one person in the frame to give it scale. Excellent photo...

Best Regards,

Séan.

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on September 29, 2008

Hello Sean, its good to chat with you once again. Of all the Whitby photos, this one I feel is, by far, my most favourite. It seems to capture the essence of the old town, more so than any of my other shots. I really appreciate your appraisal of this photo, all feedback is most welcome, thankyou Sean.

Cheers---Jim

Madidi on September 30, 2008

Apologies for the apparent irregular visiting Jim, more to do with Panoramio than choice: it was extremely difficult I'm sure you noticed to post comments and any attempt usually led to failure, so I had all but given up. I did call by though to view and thankfully it all appear to be getting back to normal again.

On the little street, it's a beauty alright and wonderful to see it so well preserved: one curious thing though, the doors on the white property on the left, they are so different in height while the windows appear to be on the same level?

very Best Regards,

Séan.

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on September 30, 2008

It has been a frustrating time for us all Sean and I will be glad when it is finished. No doubt the systems guys must be heartily fedup too.

Now this little white house with the odd doors is infact two seperate dwellings, The tallest door has a small window light above it, the other door, being lower than your average household door, looks very strange indeed. I think that a tall person would have a problem here. Perhaps it is a measure of just how far we have evolved in almost 400years.

Cheers Sean--------Jim

darkflyrobin on October 1, 2008

Hi Jim,

So lovely town sharing with us, I can't help to visit this small town and spent all day long wandering around.

Regards, ^Robin^

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on October 1, 2008

It's always a nice surprise when you visit ^Robin^, how I wish that I could shake your hand and wander through these old streets with you my friend.

Best wishes to you.

Jim

Paula K on October 7, 2008

He he! Mischief maker!;D

Paula

jenper on November 12, 2008

Nice pic!! greetings. jenper

Fred Fouarge on November 21, 2008

I dont here and see nothing at all from that Jimmy ?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on December 1, 2008

Hello Freddy, yeah I know, its a real pain. I'm hoping to get an expert to come and fix it.

Cheers my good friend----Jimmy

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on January 3, 2009

Thank you for your nice compliment jenper,

Kind regards ;>)

Jim

Fred Fouarge on June 30, 2009

Is Henriettayour girlfriend,,Jimmyboy???

Fred Fouarge on June 30, 2009

This street is magnificent ans colourfull,,,i think only for walking!? Greets Jimmy-boy and my pleasere to call again with you!!! Jimmy,,,haw do you like this very hot weather,,,yesterday and today its was here 33 degrees,,,the next four days it would be hotter...pffff i,m sitting here totaly-naked for my computer,,,it's good i have not a webcam!!!

Pffff Greets You My Inglish friend!!!

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on July 12, 2009

Well Freddy, I am sat at my computer in the comparative cool of a typical English summer.

High winds, low temperatures, and freezing rain!! and I am not sitting naked.

Its good to see you Fred, this street is narrow but vehicles use it regularly!! The road ends at the cliff edge!!

Good wishes my Heerlen friend ;>)

Jim

roma_volzskij on June 16, 2010

:)hi Jim wonderful Whitby some one sleeping in those homes some one watching windows game

roeli bindels on February 17, 2011

brings back memories to james harriot....

marcel_pics on May 25, 2011

A magnific angle, best wishes

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on August 5, 2012

Many thanks to those who kindly left comment here.

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  • Uploaded on September 14, 2008
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    by Jim Evans (AXOTA)
    • Camera: NIKON E5700
    • Taken on 2008/09/14 15:57:25
    • Exposure: 0.002s
    • Focal Length: 15.70mm
    • F/Stop: f/7.200
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: -1.00 EV
    • No flash

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