The battle for King Street

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Comments (16)

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on October 9, 2009

Here I was just about to erect my tripod!!

Tony Reid on October 9, 2009

I think you have them cornered, Jim It's a dead end street!

Cheers, Tony in New Zealand

Nick Weall on October 9, 2009

I love the trim blue boat just out of shot bottom right and the Brooke Bond Tea sign. It still looks as though our jolly jack might be in the Stocks

Sarah O on October 10, 2009

I agree with Tony, these folks have no where to run do they?? (:>) Great picture, love it as well as the one I just commented on, or better maybe! :=) Sarah

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on October 10, 2009

Tony Reid--do they look so apprehensive? nah!! they didn't even notice ;>)

Nick Weall...there is a good atmosphere in this area Nick..I mean friendly and laid back.. the sound of people laughing and chatting away fills the square!! children squeal with excitement at the sight of the sea-side, nearby rock pools await their inquisitive search and good fish-n'-chips can be had just up the alley!! I was forgetting the availability of good English Ale and delicious pub food at this point!! and much of it will have been consumed in modest amounts!!

Sarah O---it is unlikely that they were even capable of running in view of my previous comment!!

Billy B@rk..Good to see you Billy, I know why you should think that.. Many of the buildings, like Sid's Cafe share the same solid architectural features so typical of North Yorkshire!! Smoke stained sand stone when acidic pollution from a thousand open coal fires soaked the buildings on those bitter cold fog bound days when the air hung heavily over the village!!

I hope that gives you a flavour of the township that is Robin Hoods Bay!!

Kind regards to you all ;>)

Jim

joyfotos on October 11, 2009

What a fun shot and title! They seem to be lining the streets waiting for you! At first it seems a dour lot but on closer examination they look a pretty jovial crowd.

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on October 14, 2009

joyfotos...the acoustics are quite unusual in this part of the village..even softly spoken words can be heard..It follows then that a carnival atmosphere from revellers, patrons at the bars and happy families, out of shot, whose mood and excitement can easily be felt and heard!! I am delighted that the photo conveys such an atmosphere!

You are most welcome joyfotos,,I have enjoyed your company tonight ;>)

jim

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on October 16, 2009

steve....my fervent wish is to join you old bean!!..that would be great ;>)...jim

逃离城市 on October 18, 2009

Jim, I love your photos.Thank you for letting me in distant, see your hometown, the quiet beautiful seaside town.

Greetings, Flees

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on October 21, 2009

逃离城市...I am honoured to share these photos with you Flees..thank you so much for stopping by here today ;>)

jim

Roman Horník on October 24, 2009

Nice architecture!

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on November 5, 2009

⚛ Roman Horník ⚛~~~Good to see you Roman ;>)

Cleber C Ferreira on December 19, 2009

Beautiful picture!

roma_volzskij on January 25, 2010

like Dorset Shaftesburry Golden Hill:)

not1word on April 3, 2010

Have they yet published an official casualty report for the encounter, Jim? ; ) It's a pretty little corner.

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on April 25, 2010

Many thanks for leaving your excellent comments guys ;>) I hope you can forgive me for taking so long to respond..Panoramio has been on the back burner for too long..

Cleber

roma_volzskij

not1word

Kind regards to you all ;>)

Jim

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    by Jim Evans (AXOTA)
    • Camera: NIKON E8700
    • Taken on 2009/10/01 13:42:13
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