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“Oooh, you are nautical. But I like you.” Who said something like that?
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If the ship’s wheel wasn’t being used, I hope you bought it. We saw one on an antiques programme and they fetch hundreds apparently.
It was in a museum and not for sale.
That’s a very inviting blue door, Andrew! And I love the reflective water art.
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A great collection.
Thank you Margaret.
Fine compositions, including a marvellous reflection
Thank you Derrick.
What a great presentation of colour and texture and shape. Very good, I really loved it.
Thank you John.
And now for something completely different …….. I love this collection of nautical bits and pieces and they are so well arranged. Truly, a feast for the eyes.
Thank you Marie.
Great set of images!
This is absolute God’s truth, I guarantee. For a while I worked for the company which operated the marina on the Great Ouse in Bedford. The guy that ran the chandlery department, including all the kind of stuff in your photos, together with safety equipment and everything else nautical, was named……Will Drown.
That is so unlikely I just have to believe it.
It’s absolutely true…and was in fact featured on “That’s Life” with Esther Rantzen..
Next week, I am coming your way. A caravan in Kessingland.
Not really our way, Andrew..it’s a more than 3 hour drive from here. Very close to Michaela’s Mum’s though!
Well, south for me!
Indeed so…and to our easternmost point, to boot!
I am I right in thinking that Lowestoft is the most easterly point in UK?
Indeed so, as the sign proudly tells you as you enter
East Anglia – Anglo Saxons and East is East
Ha, actually there’s a lot to like in Suffolk…Dedham, and Flatford Mill (Constable country)..err…err…err…oh I’m sure there’s more…!
And did he?
A fab collection – especially the mermaid
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