Mind your step!

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This was last July after very heavy rain!

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Mircea_RAICU on January 13, 2013

Really interesting frame !
LIKE , Mircea R.

Klaus Hoyer on January 14, 2013

a funny thing to say, sounds not good... greetings for you Like

Rosalyn Hilborne on January 14, 2013


If we were to slip, it would be very wet...It is a very nice walk to the mill. Best wishes, Rosa.

Ildikó A. on January 17, 2013

Cozy shot. I like it very much. Best wishes, Ildikó

Rosalyn Hilborne on January 17, 2013

Ildikó A

Thank you for your cozy comment Ildikó, that sounds very nice :-)

Best wishes, Rosa.

Henk Bouwers on January 17, 2013

Like, gr Henk

Mike Wagner on January 18, 2013

Hello Rosa. This looks like a pleasant place to take a peaceful and quiet stroll. But as you state 'Mind you step' or you will be swimming instead of walking.

Very nicely composed. I really LIKE it.

Greetings and warm wishes from the west coast of the USA. Mike

Rosalyn Hilborne on January 18, 2013

Henk Bouwers

Thank you Henk. We have snow now!

Greetings, Rosa.


Hello Mike, thank you for your kind comment...I would rather be walking than swimming :-)

Greetings to you in USA. Rosa.

Henk Bouwers on January 18, 2013

Here snow too since sunday, gr Henk

Rosalyn Hilborne on January 18, 2013

Henk Bouwers

Brrr...keep warm! Regards, Rosa.

roeli bindels on January 19, 2013

lovely streetview.......when I see your photo's I am thinking of spending a holiday in england again......:)

Rosalyn Hilborne on January 20, 2013

roeli bindels

...and you would be most welcomed Roeli! Thanks for your kind comments. Greetings, Rosa.

K@rin on January 20, 2013

Hello Rosa

lovely scenery , excellent perspective and capture, like it , best wishes Karin

Rosalyn Hilborne on January 20, 2013


Hi Karin, this path between the water leads to the mill. It is a walk I always enjoy, so I am pleased you like it.

Best wishes, Rosa.

pedrocut on September 1, 2014

Hi Rosa

Thanks for your recent visit. I noticed this picture among your Lyme Regis tag, and we stayed in one of the cottages just around the bend. The river was well up and the prospect of flooding crossed my mind.

I checked out the history and came across the Lyme Regis Tourism site, and learned that one of the worst floods was in 1890 when many had to be rescued by boat from Coombe Street.

Now, not a lot of people seem to know this, but if you check in the Newspaper Archives the local papers, such as the Western Gazette, name the river as the Buttle. I cannot find any other reference to this name!

Rosalyn Hilborne on September 2, 2014


Hi Peter, it always feels strange to me walking between the two flows of the river. It often floods slightly but yes, I have read about the 1890 flood. There used to be a lot of mills using the power of this River. The only place I have read about it was on the official Lyme Regis website. Hope you enjoyed your visit.

Best wishes, Rosa.

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on January 11, 2013
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by Rosalyn Hilborne
    • Taken on 2012/12/30 14:37:33
    • Exposure: 0.004s (1/250)
    • Focal Length: 18.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/8.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO400
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash