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photoblog image Burnham Overy 4/5

Burnham Overy 4/5

Historically Burnham Overy was the port for the surrounding villages of the Burnhams. Both settlements lie on the River Burn, and until the end of the Middle Ages trading ships were able to reach the village (now Burnham Overy Town). With the silting of the river, commercial traffic switched to the downstream Staithe.

 

Bill thought this one from Friday might look o.k.in B.& W., what do you think?

 

                                  

 

                                        

 

 

                                

Burnham Overy 4/5

Historically Burnham Overy was the port for the surrounding villages of the Burnhams. Both settlements lie on the River Burn, and until the end of the Middle Ages trading ships were able to reach the village (now Burnham Overy Town). With the silting of the river, commercial traffic switched to the downstream Staithe.

 

Bill thought this one from Friday might look o.k.in B.& W., what do you think?

 

                                  

 

                                        

 

 

                                

comments (10)

  • Ray
  • Not in United States
  • 16 Jul 2017, 01:07
Really like this dinghy, Brian...the little motor would be useful for me as I have a knack of sailing myself into impossible corners.
Brian Walbey: Having a little motor allows one to sail the easy way I guess.
I like the color of the boat on the top - and I think I prefer the color vision of the below... because I like to see the colors people paint their boats!
Brian Walbey: Thanks Elizabeth, I agree with you about the colours.
  • Chris
  • Not Nowhere
  • 16 Jul 2017, 06:21
The b&w is fine Brian
Brian Walbey: Thanks Chris.
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 16 Jul 2017, 07:03
Ah.. mow this looks to be a proper boat made with real wood. It would be a fine sight under sail with its red sails.
Brian Walbey: I remember this boat from a visit we made there many years ago, I think I posted a picture of it at sometime.
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 16 Jul 2017, 07:04
The colour version of the lower shot is better for me as it gives more detail.
Brian Walbey: I agree Alan, thanks.
  • Martine
  • France
  • 16 Jul 2017, 07:43
Jolies couleurs pour ce petit voilier.
Brian Walbey: Nice isn't it.
Looks OK Brian. The sky needs a bit of a twiddle though.
Brian Walbey: Unfortunately the sun had gone in and it was a bald sky with not much detail to enhance.
Actuslly, I think today's would look better in B&W than Friday's - it's a stronger composition.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Tom, unfortunately both have bald skies, it was that sort of afternoon.
Nice shot, I prefer the colour one myself, Brian.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Frank.
Looks like such a quiet day.
Brian Walbey: It was fairly dull, damp and windy so there wsn't many people about.

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