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photoblog image 'Scene' Around Whitby 9/14

'Scene' Around Whitby 9/14

A series of odd bits and pieces I saw around Whitby in May.

 

Well did you figure yesterdays image out?  If you did you will realise this is the lower part of the Fortune Tellers window that was reflected in the window you saw yesterday, and no, I did not waste my hard earned pension by going in.

'Scene' Around Whitby 9/14

A series of odd bits and pieces I saw around Whitby in May.

 

Well did you figure yesterdays image out?  If you did you will realise this is the lower part of the Fortune Tellers window that was reflected in the window you saw yesterday, and no, I did not waste my hard earned pension by going in.

comments (23)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 23 Aug 2011, 02:30
Well...it is an interesting display, to observe for free, Brian.
Brian Walbey: It is indeed Ray, both this and yesterdays just caught my eye.
I do like the idea of "Out of Opening Hours" I don't think I would visit Mrs Lee either.
Brian Walbey: I guess that must be some sort of emergency service Les smile
A very interesting window Brian! Weren't you a little bit curious what she would say?! smile
Brian Walbey: Not curious at all Elizabeth.
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 23 Aug 2011, 04:46
But think of the chance of her telling you were the pot of gold is?? Now you never know.... grin...
I am like you, rather be safe than sorry wink
Brian Walbey: I think I'd rather not know Astrid, like you I think.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 23 Aug 2011, 07:36
She might have told you important news from the spirit world Brian
Brian Walbey: Or a load of old cobblers Chris!!
Another fine image Brian. I must admit I did not figure it out yesterday.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Frances, I think most people did up to a point anyway.
You got a great capture here Brian. And you are giving Mrs. Lee so free advertising.
Brian Walbey: perhaps she might give me a free reading Sheila.
  • Chad Doveton
  • Where latitude and longitude meet.
  • 23 Aug 2011, 08:58
I like the out of hours emergency number.
Brian Walbey: Make a note of it Chad in case you need her services.
I still like this eerie Brian
Brian Walbey: Thanks Chantal.
  • anniedog
  • Great Britain
  • 23 Aug 2011, 09:35
An interesting window display. I must say I had never thought of hiring a clairvoyant for a party - a novel idea!
Brian Walbey: I think that might be party as in a group of people Ingrid as against Cheese and Wine or some-such, ring and find out wink
Brian, this is a great series on Whitby. I'd heard it was a pretty place and your images have given me a glimpse. Thanks
Brian Walbey: Whitby is a lovely place Pamela although ti is quite a distance from you I think.
Nice shot Brian, having had some contact with this kind of thing on the old 'Golden mile' in Blackpool, this makes me smile.
Brian Walbey: And it's all a load of old £^*"(@ isn't it Frank.
I went to one and what she said came true.
Brian Walbey: Well I hope it was something good rather than bad Mary.
  • Linda
  • United Kingdom
  • 23 Aug 2011, 13:03
It looks a really friendly place with the waving hand......grin note there is no price in the window smile
Brian Walbey: The hand shows the lines used for palm reading I think Linda. I guess they charge according to what they think your worth, after all they should know all about ones circumstances shouldn't they smile (It's good to hear from your Dad again, let's hope he is fully fit once again soon.)
If you ring the out of hours number will she know who you are without asking?
Brian Walbey: And how much you can afford to pay.
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 23 Aug 2011, 14:07
Did you get a reading Brian?
Brian Walbey: Not quite my scene Mike.
Interesting window display, Brian. The framed photographs on the left & right seem to show scenes from a Gypsy life.
Brian Walbey: Yes but are they of her life Beverly. I'm sceptical when it comes to these things, oh and cynical.
A fascinating window display!
Brian Walbey: It is indeed Tom, but one that wouldn't persuede me to spend my money.
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 23 Aug 2011, 17:37
It's a place where I would love to see a sign saying "Closed due to unforeseen circumstances" smile
Brian Walbey: Lol. Some people, silly people that is, hold store by these sort of things, how sad is that.
Correct!
Brian Walbey: Well done Frank.
Makes a good subject, but like others, I'd leave well alone smile
Brian Walbey: Yes not my scene either John.
so is it a pre-requisite to shave off your head before you go in for that session?
Brian Walbey: NO I don't think so Ayush, that head is symbolic or something.
I havent seen a place like this for years now...and then only at a faiground,not a shop.
Brian Walbey: Yes I haven't seen one of recent years either Ron.

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