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photoblog image Wareham - The River Frome 7/7

Wareham - The River Frome 7/7

For the final image in this short look at the River Frome in Wareham I have turned round to walk back along the riverside path and the bridge I mentioned earlier this week can be seen in the distance. The two people together on the bench are my wife Maureen and her brother Ken enjoying each others company while I take pictures.

 

Wareham - The River Frome 7/7

For the final image in this short look at the River Frome in Wareham I have turned round to walk back along the riverside path and the bridge I mentioned earlier this week can be seen in the distance. The two people together on the bench are my wife Maureen and her brother Ken enjoying each others company while I take pictures.

 

comments (16)

There is a lot to see in this picture Brian so i will take my time and sit here for a whilesmile... great composition....petersmile
Brian Walbey: Thanks Peter, I hope you enjoy your extra minutes with this shot.
Such a nice shot of a family day out!
Brian Walbey: We live over 5 hours away from Maureen's brother so don't get to see him very often and he took time off work so he could spend time with us, he is a great man to have as a BIL.
nice place to take a rest
Brian Walbey: Indeed Chantal, and that afternoon very peaceful and quiet.
a fine spot to sit down, after a stroll and a chat
Brian Walbey: Indeed Ayush, thanks for your comment.
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 20 Jan 2013, 08:18
Good to hear that all needs can be met; a catch up for the relatives and some time for you to take some lovely photos.
Brian Walbey: Probably the main reason for going down to Dorset was the chance to meet Ken, who lives in Poole, and we managed Sunday, Thursday and Friday with him which was nice, apart from enjoying such a lovely area.
A nice peaceful scene to end the series Brian
Brian Walbey: Indeed Bill, being a weekday there wasn't too many people about so it was very quiet.
It is a lovely spot, you have packed a lot of interest into this final image.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Martin, it is a fine spot to sit and enjoy the peace and quiet.
Delightful Brian, we could do with some of that blue sky smile
Brian Walbey: Thanks Sally. Apart from this awful snow we haven't seen sunshine here in the east Midlands for several days now.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 20 Jan 2013, 08:57
There are not too many boats in this picture. Maybe they are all out in Poole harbour
Brian Walbey: They are moored a bit further down river where my previous two images were taken Chris.
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 20 Jan 2013, 09:14
They are probably saying stuff like "Ole Brian seems to be behaving well now we have him on the right medication and a hobby to keep his mind active..."


[just kidding!]
Brian Walbey: I think my BIL couldn't get over how many pictures I take when I go somewhere, and this is a guy who used to do a lot of photography himself in his younger days.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 20 Jan 2013, 11:36
My first thought was: This isMaureen, and you did find an idyllic place along the river to enjoy your meeting. It was also a lovely, warm day. The bridge look rather modern, but also solid.
Brian Walbey: Yes it was a nice spot for Maureen and Ken to sit while I took my photos.
We need images like this to keep us optimistic
Brian Walbey: Indeed we do Richard, especially looking out of my window this morning watching my son "de-snow" his car to go off to work just before 7 o'clock.
Lovely spot for a picnic.
Brian Walbey: Indeed Tom, but not on a day like today I suspect.
A beautiful place to seat and have a chat. I enjoyed your series Brian!
Brian Walbey: Thanks Richard, this little stretch of river is lovely, and it goes on for several miles before it reaches the sea.
A delightful summer scene, Brian.
Brian Walbey: Indeed Graeme, not quite as nice today I would think.
A lovely way to wind up the series, Brian. Couldn't ask for a more peaceful setting.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Beverly, it was a nice place to stroll, sit, oh and photograph smile

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