Limehouse Basin ~ narrow boats at rest

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Comments (13)

eleni iak. on May 4, 2009

What a beautiful point of view...very beautiful picture my friend! Very nice picture, best of for you!!!

Many kisses and hugs Eleni

Nick Weall on May 4, 2009

eleni. ~~ I'm so glad that you are the first to make a comment here dearest Eleni and what lovely words you write too :) ~~ Thanks a lot for the Best of immortal one ~~ hugs and kisses to you too ~~ Ciao nick

Art Anderson on May 5, 2009

Great perspective, Nick. I also love the shot. Best regards. -Art

Nick Weall on May 5, 2009

ArtnScience Hi again Art ~~ I'm glad you like it ~~ I'm gradually building up coverage of the Grand Union Canal and its links ~ here the Regents Canal goes to Little Venice. Limehouse Basin is another place where you can gain entry to the River Thames and must have been where Jac's Amsterdam barge entered before going to Little Venice. ~ I've jst sent you a little e-mail btw ~~ all the very best to you from nick

Bernard Bost on May 6, 2009

Great shot, Nick! These boats are all aligned in parallel in water in a deep green.

Cheers,

Bernard

Nick Weall on May 6, 2009

Bernard Bost ~~ Thanks Bernard for your lovely comments ~ Ciao nick

Paula K on May 6, 2009

Lovely shot Nick.

Paula

Nick Weall on May 6, 2009

Paula K, ~~ It is good to hear from you again dearest Paula and I hope your Blackpool weekend was a wild success ~ Ciao nick

gezginruh on May 7, 2009

Another great shot! Lovely greetings. GGR.

Nick Weall on May 7, 2009

gezginruh ~~ These are all part of my Grand Union Canal series of shots dear GGR traking the Canal from London all the way up to Birmingham. So far I've just done the bottom half! And this really is a sort of extension since the Regents Canal that enters into the Limehouse Basin and to the River Thames ~ links up with the Grand Union Canal at Little Venice. ~~ I'm so pleased that you have enjoyed this shot ~~ Warm greetings to you from nick

Nick Weall on May 7, 2009

Deep.blue ~~ John that crab is telling me that there is nothing wrong with your present equipment ~ but since you dropped it into hot water it may have been slightly biased.

However I can think of other non crab images of yours that are great too you know!

What do you go for diving with your wetsuits 6mm?

And so much money on fishing tackle, but I guess if you sell or barter some of your catch there is a pay back to be had. Not sure how many fish I'd swop for the camera, but maybe you'd better buy a trawler!!!!

All the best to you from nick

Vinod Kumar M on May 16, 2009

Excellent Nick !

Nick Weall on May 16, 2009

vinod kumar M ~ Thanks again Vinod

Deep.blue ~ Just to say many thanks for your long reply to my last message to you too John and I'm sorry to take so long to reply (But it was a very long message from you :))))))

Most friendly greetings to you both ~ Ciao nick

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on May 4, 2009
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    by Nick Weall
    • Camera: NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D700
    • Taken on 2009/05/03 08:41:22
    • Exposure: 0.002s (1/500)
    • Focal Length: 19.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/11.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO400
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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