Great shot, Séan. YS of course :).
Many thanks Kat for your visit and especialy your Y*: this is my home village and I spent much of my childhood and youth around this area.
A wonderful image. Congratulations . . . My best wishes . . from Korinthos Hellas (Greece) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Let us not lose hope from the Pandora's box
Thank you kartson for taking the time to visit and comment on my gallery, it is much appreciated.
Super. Dziekuje za odwiedziny. Pozdrowienia z Polski
Hello romulus111: many thanks for your kind words. I am very pleased to welcome you to my gallery this evening.
Pozdrowienia romulus111: wiele dzięki za miłe słowa. Bardzo się cieszę powitać Cię do mojej galerii tego wieczoru.
Nice one Séan - seems like a very quiet place. And I like the colour of the blue boat in the foreground.
Sean, another one of your great compositions! A photo for my favourites, thank you! Today I have booked my flight to Manchester. I don't know yet, if I will take the plane to Ireland or drive up to Scotland. Both are very inviting, difficult to decide, I love them both. :) My best wishes, May
Cheers Justin: the blue boat is sitting on my old moorings!! This was a little coal port when I was growing up and this area was known as the sand quay: local skippers brought sand dug up from the shore to be unloaded here and shipped on to customers. Sadly the port has closed and the old quays are now developed for housing. Progress eh!!
Nicely positioned boats, and great photo. Sometimes I get the notion that I'd like to use a huge hand to move these things!
Martin, just try to move them with the cursor...! ;)
Thank you May!
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