Dear carvels, Chris-- thanks for stopping by.
Yes, Me too, a pensioner with arthritis. It is most unfortunate that you are unable to get about and I think that it is an admirable and worthy idea to create a web-site on Whitby weather.
You are most welcome to use this photo Storm Brewing. It would be an honour to participate in this small way. There are one or two other photos of Whitby weather here in my gallery that you might like. Please feel free to ask me.
Good luck with the project.
I ask only one thing, that you inform me when you are up and running. As a regular sea goer, I would be very interested in your site.
Best wishes Chris-----------------------Jim
Hi Jim, many thanks for your quick reply and your kind permission to use your super photo. So sorry to hear you are suffering with arthritis too, I used to be incredibly active and took it a bit hard, but the website is keping my mind working! I will credit your photo on the site and send you a link very shortly. Thanks again.
Kind regards, Chris
Hello again Jim, well I have got the site up and running at last and your storm brewing shot is on the Weather/Forecast weather page, and I think it illustrates it really well. Thanks again for letting me use the picture, you can have a look at it on whitbyweather.com. Whilst you are there please look on the friends/thanks page, there is a special message for you.
Best wishes and kind regards to you Jim,
Thanks so much for the feed back Chris.
I have just spent a very interesting hour or so checking out your excellent site.
You can bet that many Whitbyites, also visitors past present and future will find the comprehensive and detailed information extremely valuable.
As a sea goer, I think it is superb.
It is a privilege to have participated in this small way.
Congratulations on a job well done Chris.
Thank you so much for your kind words Jim, I am so pleased you like the site. I must apologise, I had forgotten to link your picture back to your Panoramio page, that is now done. I have tried hard to choose the best photos and I have been overwhelmed by the generosity of everone who has allowed me to use their work. Thanks again and all the best Jim,
Hello, Jim! Your first batch of pictures are also very interesting.
You are most welcome wo-ra-pong ;>) Living in this old fishing port with so many attractive subjects and good light makes my photography a pleasure. ;>) I am happy that you like these photos ;>)
Kind regards wo-ra-pong
Interesting and beautiful place...
Greetings from Serbia, Zorica
Pejović ;>) You are most welcome my friend!! Zorica.. your visit and nice compliment is much appreciated ;>)
beautiful village, great colours.
hello Antonio Cristerna, and welcome to my humble gallery ;>)
I appreciate your visit and lovely comments~~~thanks for stopping by ;>)
A typical small fishing village in Britain isles. It remind me my childhood.
Hello Jim, this is a very nice reminder of our time in Whitby. I love that light.
Best wishes, John
Björgvin Asgeirson~~~~~Thank you and welcome...This is also the place of my childhood, I remember this with much fondness ;>)
john adamson~~~~A warm welcome my friend..I hope you finally got settled into your new condo John ;>) Your travels take you to many unusual and interesting places.. I'm thinking that your weather is getting to improve now that your summer is on the way.. Here it is just the opposite..The skies in this photo have been looking like this for days now..The sea is huge and the fishing boats are confined to port.. The old swing bridge is creaking again and will be closed for repairs in a few weeks time.
My boat's engine is severely damaged and is a long way from getting fixed..
I was sorry that we were not able to take a sea trip ..
Best wishes to you both ;>)
Very beautiful picture LIKE Jim. Greetings from Holland John.
congratulations to your fantastic gallery!!! What a lovely landscape in great colours like 3, best greetings from Austria
YSL magnifique! i take you whith my favourites ... HNY & MC.
John de Crom~~~It's taken me two years to get here John :( The word "sorry" is inadequate!
manfrezo~~~~I deeply regret the error of my ways Manfrezo.....I can only guess what you must be thinking!
John J. Slovinec, Sr…~~I can hardly believe I missed last years comments John :( What can I say, other than sorry!
Fernand Metzger~~~My abject and humble apologies Fernand :(..I am not proud of the situation, you must think me very rude and who could blame you..
Now I must stop groaning and moaning and hope that the damage limitation exercise works!!
A huge thank you for your patience and hopefully, your forgiveness!
Herzlichen Glückwunsch und L 7 von Wolfgang - Hallo Jim - Der dunkle Himmel gibt Deinem schönen Foto eine herrliche Stimmung, die mir gut gefällt -
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Photo taken in Whitby, North Yorkshire, UK
Misplaced? Suggest new location