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Gone Fishing

I took this years ago on a camera I can't remember at a place I can't remember either. I must be having one of those "senior moments".

Suffice it to say this was at the end of a seaside pier where these days you really wouldn't walk off and leave your rods unattended like these were left.

 

Gone Fishing

I took this years ago on a camera I can't remember at a place I can't remember either. I must be having one of those "senior moments".

Suffice it to say this was at the end of a seaside pier where these days you really wouldn't walk off and leave your rods unattended like these were left.

 

comments (13)

If you get your magnifying glass out Brian, there is something written on the back of that bench. Could be a cluesmile
Brian Walbey: No, can't work out what it says Bill. Thanks for your comment.
  • anniedog
  • United Kingdom
  • 26 Nov 2008, 09:22
It certainly has a different quality to a digital image. The lack of a human presence makes it all the more effective I think.
Ingrid
Brian Walbey: Thanks Ingrid, I know my son wouldn't leave his very expensive fishing gear unguarded like this.
Lovely image brian. I'm still laughing and wondering what my name will be today Cheers Aussie.
Brian Walbey: Today Aussie I'm going to call you Aussie grin I'm glad you like my photo.
  • Tracy
  • Staffs Moorlands England
  • 26 Nov 2008, 10:42
LOL at Aussiesmile
Cool shot Brian, the guys have feel off the pier as they were watching there floats bob up and downtongue
Brian Walbey: I keeep calling Aussie by the wrong name Tracy, I don't know why, senior moments probably. You wouldn't leave this tackle unguarded like this these days.
  • vintage
  • Australia
  • 26 Nov 2008, 13:19
Dont believe that Aussie her mine is very nimble,I like this photo
Brian Walbey: Thanks Vintage, I have made my apologies to Aussie once again.
  • FLOOG
  • The valleys of contentment
  • 26 Nov 2008, 15:10
Ha ha... a senior moment! I have many images where I cannot remember where it was, the town, sometimes even the country and I have to rely on Pat who always seems to remember every detail!

A lovely photograph, has a very pleasant, tranquil feeling to the composition smile
Brian Walbey: Thanks Paul, our problem is when Maureen and I have "senior moments" at the same time smile
Glad someone else gets senior moments Brian: nice pic
Brian Walbey: Thanks Chris, the "senior moments" come more regularly these days I'm afraid.
It's comforting to see that I am not the only one not remembering where I shot some pictures!
Beautiful capture Brian.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Richard, I took this so many years ago I can't even remember when apart from where.
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 26 Nov 2008, 20:43
Well, it's fishy that the angler appears to be missing; anotehr mystery for us. wink
Brian Walbey: I wonder if the rods are still there Alan after all this time. What a subject for a story from Paul.
fine composition of this scene Brian.
Brian Walbey: Thanks for your comment Tim.
Times change and often not for the better. But I still believe in the future.
Brian Walbey: You are so right Albert, thanks for your comment.
  • Ellie
  • England
  • 26 Nov 2008, 23:56
Ah, the invisible fisherman strikes again!
Brian Walbey: Lol. In those days I don't think they had bait alarms Ellie, thanks for your comment.
You don't need to remember - the memory here is sufficient I think. Peace and harmony radiates
Brian Walbey: It is quite a peaceful scene I agree. Thanks for your comment Mark.

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