Grey Eagle, Hello once again Ray ;>) apologies for not contacting you earlier.
I just wanted to say thanks for the Bramblewick links!!
Sally Brown, a family friend, owns the donkey, along with two others.. They can be seen on the beach at Robin Hoods Bay, it's Sally's business---donkey rides!!
jim (ex AXOTA)
Estos pueblos pesqueros me parecen encantadores.Greetings from Argentina.
Very beautiful and good picture LIKE Jim.
A good and healthy and Happy New Year to you and your family.
Greetings from Holland John.
i see why you like that shot of mine at eyemouth this is very mutch the same , well taken
Lovely shot, Jim. Y*. Not much doubt this is a fishing town - I love those lobster, er, things in foreground. As you say, somebody has spent a lot of time with the ropes.
Best wishes, Brian.
I like this one with the traps on the front. Thank you for the visit to my gallery, best wishes.
My humble apologies guys for such a belated response
nanoinca~~~~Greetings dear friend, and thank you for your nice comment ;)
John de Crom~~~~your thoughtful message is not lost on me John, even after all this time!
mick a~~~~~I'm most grateful for the feed-back ;)
brian01~~~Lobster pots Brian, thats the common name around these parts, otherwise known as creels in others! Special thanks for the Y*
marcel_pics~~~~Your'e most welcome, I appreciate your visit!
To you all, my sincere thanks for taking the time out to look and especially to those of you who added their precious comments
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Photo taken in Whitby, North Yorkshire, UK
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