Tuesday, August 26, 2014

The River Rother

I took these photos specially for Wordless Wednesday. They are of the River Rother at low tide where it flows in from the sea at the ancient cinque port of Rye in East Sussex UK.











13 comments:

  1. What a warped mind I have. I thought you were contemplating chucking the can somewhere but couldn't make up your mind where!

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  2. Hah! Yup the can stuck out for me too. But I like the cracked mud. Would be cool to explore that texture more. Happy WW.

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  3. Its so nice there! I miss the weather like this. Been raining non stop lately and its getting colder by the day. #ww

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  4. Didn't realise it was the UK - we spent several weeks on the Irrawaddy earlier this year, and it looks just like that (though perhaps slightly less green, LOL!)

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  5. Looks lovely there and what a way to finish off with a nice beer...Cheers!

    Have a scenictastic week ;-)

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  6. Great shots all! I especially like the first one with the boat. It makes me think of stories of it waiting for the water to return.
    :-)
    Traci

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  7. I see your brought yourself a treat! :) Great work on capturing the shots!

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  8. Cheers. What a great reward for great shots.

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  9. Great photos, never seen a place where the ocean flows up a stream like that. Looks like you were having a good time!

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  10. You live in a beautiful piece of earth as well. Nice photos and you had a nice cold beer Cheers

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