Poole Quay, looking west

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Today, set within Poole Harbour; one of the largest natural harbours in the world, the surrounding area is known for its ecology, supporting varied habitats as well as the Brownsea Island nature reserve.

On the quay there are ferries to Brownsea Island and Pleasure Boats that go up the river Frome to Warehame, there is also the Poole Museum and Poole Pottery. Walking east of the quay there is a lovely walk of 2 miles along the coast of the harbour.

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Comments (4)

Jean-Pierre Pourcine… on December 30, 2012

I'm allways found of harboors. LK1

Very friendly,Jean-Pierre

Baycrest on December 30, 2012

I think it is a nice place and also not noisy. That is you can take a good rest or have a gentle walk.

Wish you have a Happy New Year!

Gordon670 on December 31, 2012

Hi my friend

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

I have hust watched the video of the fireworks at midnight in Hong Kong, just as good as ever if not better and sung to the tune of Olde Lang Syn, in English and then Chinese.hope you have got some good pictures that you will share with us

Have a good one Baycrest all the best for 2013.

Kind regards and best wishes. Gordon

Baycrest on January 5, 2013

Hi Gorden, I have watched the firework but I didn't take photos, because the place I stood wasn't in front of the sea. Nice to hear you've seen the firework, although it was small in scale comparing to other firework shows in HK.

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  • Uploaded on December 11, 2012
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    by Gordon670
    • Taken on 2012/12/11 14:14:54

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