Leo Walmsley's "Bramblewick"

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Comments (75)

Joaquim Sierra on August 7, 2010

Nice photo. Greetings from Spain

ka9894 on September 7, 2010

Lovely place, beautiful photo!

I Like it.

Best wishes, :)

Kat

Laurentiu Mitu on October 25, 2010

What can I say???

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on October 28, 2010

maubricco~~~~Sincere apologies for my late reply Mauro..Your visit and good comment is much appreciated ;>)

Noricus-----A warm welcome and many thanks for your kind appraisal..

Joaquim Sierra-~-~-~Thank you so much I am glad that you approve ;>))

ka9894~~~Hiya Kat..thanks for stopping by..I enjoyed your nice compliment ;>)

lucie A-----Bonjour Annie ;>)~~ J'ai lu votre beau compliment avec plaisir et joie dans mon coeur .. Votre évaluation réfléchie signifie beaucoup pour moi, merci beaucoup;>)

Laurentiu Mitu~~~~~You need not say a word Lorenzo, you are here, and that is praise enough ;>))

Happy Snapper uk------We make the best of what there is Bob, you have a canny knack in capturing all that is good in your own domain ;>)

Thanks for taking the time to stop by guys ;>)#]

Jim

stephane meurat on February 3, 2011

Wonderfull shot .

Antônio N. Freitas on February 22, 2011

AXOTA dear friend, wonderful photo taken with a perfect angle. Picturesque houses like these deserve to be seen by the world. Its architecture, its brick and settlers, with neutral colors and the bay in the background. The look of fotográfor was perfect. Congratulations. Antonor (from Belo Horioznte, MG - Brazil).

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on March 23, 2011

My humble apologies to you both for my extraordinary long delay in responding!

stephane meurat~~~Thank you so much for taking the time to stay a while..Your lovely compliment means a lot to me!

antonor-----A warm welcome dear Antonor..I have enjoyed your fulsome comments and fully concur with your sentiments on these ancient dwellings, some of them dating back to the 17th century!

On a recent return to this village, one moonlit starry night, I took another photograph of this little street from a slightly different angle :) perhaps you might like to see THIS

To you both, I send my sincere wishes and hope that the sweet light shines on you always!

Kind regards!

jim

volnat on April 13, 2011

And beautiful Robin Hood's bay again. LIKE. Greetings, volnat

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on April 13, 2011

volnat~~~Greetings!! This is a delightful little village that attracts people from across the world. The streets throng with thousands of visitors during the summer months..The beach and shore line is a magnet for children as they play in the rock-pools looking for crabs, tiny fish, shrimps, anemones and eels! This is one of my favourite places on Earth, especially in the quiet winter months!

Glad you like it too!

Jim

tictac on January 11, 2013

Such a wonderful place. LIke!

Zygmunt Borowski on April 10, 2013

Beautiful homes, good photo. like

Greetings - Zygmunt

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on April 10, 2013

tictac~~~~Your nice comment and L is much appreciated, thanks!

Zygmunt Borowski~~~~Hi! This small coastal village is very picturesque and popular with the tourists. Cottages such as these are mainly holiday lets and can be hired for around £1000 per week in the height of summer. This village is also one of my favourite places! Thank you for your kind appraisal and L >

Cheers

jim

Christos Theodorou on April 10, 2013

Beautiful perspective and colours - Kind regards – Christos

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on April 10, 2013

Greetings Christos, the land slopes away to the sea and is quite steep in places..It is a great place for taking photos! Many thanks for your kind appraisal!

jim

Petr Chudoba on May 29

Nice place, good composition. Like. Best regards, Petr

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on February 12, 2010
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    by Jim Evans (AXOTA)
    • Camera: NIKON E8700
    • Exposure: 0.009s
    • Focal Length: 23.70mm
    • F/Stop: f/2.828
    • ISO Speed: ISO50
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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