Whitehall Landing

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ai savery on June 5, 2008

Another good vantage point and composition, Jim.

The newer construction in your photo at least seems to retain some of the charm and style of the older port architecture. As always, the newer stuff has to pass muster with tradition, but I've seen much worse, not just here in the States. Even though growth and change are inevitable, that's no justification for some of the cheap monstrosities going up with no regard for the surroundings. It's good that your tight planning restrictions are in place. It's still an area I would love to see. Best to you, alicia

Paula K on June 18, 2008

Hi Jim, Love these places, but they are out of my price range!! Jim, If you let me know when you are on line I will leave you my email address. I will be back off holiday on the 28 June. If I know the times you are online, I will send you my email and then you can delete the message! Hope you had a really good sleep after your trip! Best wishes, Paula x

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on June 19, 2008

Thanks for your visit and feedback Paula. I shall contact you soon for your e-mail address. I slept a long deep sleep.

Enjoy your vacation Paula, come back safely.

warmest of wishes.

Jim and Roxy

©-Miguel A. Rodrígue… on July 22, 2008

Que bellaza de ciudad,,, felicidades, desde España ..... Miguel

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on August 1, 2008

Muchas gracias Miguel por sus comentarios e visitare. Cheers.

Jim

whitbyfred on April 6, 2010

nice photo! three similar photo's? is someone trying to sell something here?

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on April 6, 2010

Well you should know Fred ;>)

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on April 6, 2010

There are many more photos of Whitby in my gallery that are as comment worthy as this one Fred ;>)

So I wonder why you open an account in Panoramio with no photos to make your only comment on WhiteHall Landing????? how odd!!

Helaq on March 3

Nice perspective. And neat architecture :)

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on March 3

Helaq~~~Greetings and welcome to my gallery..This housing development is quite recent, but the architects were under pressure to design structures in keeping with surrounding designs, some of which were centuries old. I'm sure that your comments will be appreciated locally!

Thanks for the complimentary remarks!

jim

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  • Uploaded on March 24, 2008
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    by Jim Evans (AXOTA)
    • Camera: NIKON E8700
    • Taken on 2008/03/24 17:14:36
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