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Old Mar 18, 2005, 9:23 AM   #1
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An couple of hours later, all these boats were afloatagain. (anchored of course)
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Old Mar 18, 2005, 4:44 PM   #2
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Very interesting shot. For a moment there, I thought this was a scene from a costal town in eastern Italy. Why don't the boats tip over?
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Old Mar 18, 2005, 5:34 PM   #3
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Nice pic,the boats dont tip at low tide because they have supports(see side of fishing boat) the rest of the boats have either twin keels or multiple hulls.

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Old Mar 18, 2005, 7:40 PM   #4
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I saw the same thing but in Brazil, I went to a beach, we were told to get our stuff with us because that beach was going to disappear, we went to have lunch, and when we were back at the beach, it didn't exist anymore.
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woah, that is too cool!

nice capture!

i like the row of houses behind the boats!

where in the UK was this?

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Old Mar 20, 2005, 4:07 AM   #6
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This was taken in Brixham, a seaside town in the south west of England. I only wish I had taken another pic of the same harbour area once the tide was in. :-)
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Is this town where the tide rushes in and sweeps cars away that are parked in the wrong place? My auntie from England told me about such a place but I cant remember the name.


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Old Mar 20, 2005, 9:38 AM   #8
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suze wrote:
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This was taken in Brixham, a seaside town in the south west of England. I only wish I had taken another pic of the same harbour area once the tide was in. :-)
Are you far away from that place?
Can't you do what you're saying? ; )
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Aladyforty - LOL pretty sure this is NOT that place. I don't know where you mean specifically but I don't doubt such a place exists.

Skylined - yes, you're right! I could go back and plan to later in a couple of months once more is in bloom. It's only acouple of hours drive from home.

Thanks for looking everyone :-)
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Aladyforty - LOL pretty sure this is NOT that place. I don't know where you mean specifically but I don't doubt such a place exists.

Skylined - yes, you're right! I could go back and plan to later in a couple of months once more is in bloom. It's only acouple of hours drive from home.

Thanks for looking everyone :-)

I have seen the place on a film about south UK I think, I remember seeing a volkswagon parked outside a pub and then the guy comes out and his car is floating down the road at hightide, he parked too close to the waterline.:-)
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