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photoblog image Oh I do like to be

Oh I do like to be

beside the seaside

Oh I do like to be

beside the seaside

comments (17)

  • Ray
  • Manila, Philippines
  • 5 Jul 2011, 00:54
Where the butties are tastier...

[no doubt]
Bill Phillips: Probably not but the fish and chips might be!
You are going to soooo regret bringing the butties onto ShutterChance! smile

I rather like the way you've framed this shot- and the monochrome makes it very interesting.
Bill Phillips: LOL! The bacon buttie at Clent is becoming world famous, everyone who visits me wants to go and try one!
Can't get my head around this (blackdog) stuff in the foreground.
Bill Phillips: As a man who spends his time at the seaside in Norfolk I would have thought you would have recognised a good old fashioned seaside shelter
  • Chris
  • England
  • 5 Jul 2011, 07:34
This is an intriguing composition and I detect the touch of the Twiddlemeister...
Bill Phillips: A simple conversion to b&w of great tiffo
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 5 Jul 2011, 07:38
Wow Bill this is stunning, you are getting quite an eye for this - I will have to up my game!!!
Bill Phillips: Praise indeed Mike, I shall feel smug all day
  • scarlet
  • The Netherlands
  • 5 Jul 2011, 08:57
Love the different light/shade in this one. You have become the butties man smile
Bill Phillips: I have been the butties man for a long time Scarlet grin
awesome B&W work
Bill Phillips: Thank you kindly Chantal
  • anniedog
  • United Kingdom
  • 5 Jul 2011, 09:40
Splendid shot. Love the way the darkness splits the view like that.
Bill Phillips: Thanks Ingrid, I used the shelter to frame the picture and one thing led to another.....
You should go outside when you are beside the sea.
Bill Phillips: I was outside!! grin
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 5 Jul 2011, 12:02
Is this in a pillbox... perhaps waiting the enemy ships to appear?
Bill Phillips: A good old fashioned shelter on the prom Alan, flaking paint and hard wooden seats!
Great idea for a shot Bill and it really looks good in B&W.
Bill Phillips: Thank you very much Brian
  • Chad Doveton
  • Where latitude and longitude meet.
  • 5 Jul 2011, 14:27
I am cofused as to why the first six words of the famous song are in the title in green whilst the following three words are in smaller black font. This picture gives a great sense of space, mystery, foreboding and overall I give it a grade A.
Bill Phillips: I could have changed the font colour of the second part to green but you, of all people, should understand when I say that I looked at it and though "That'll do"

I am very gratified that you like the picture
  • Linda
  • United Kingdom
  • 5 Jul 2011, 14:59
Wow Bill, this is excellent, great tones smile
Bill Phillips: Thanks Linda. I must admit I was rather pleased with this onesmile
Good image Bill. I remember the days when all I needed was a sleeping bag and a seaside shelter smile
Bill Phillips: I only lived nine miles away so could go home grin
I like the eerie quality to this Bill smile
Bill Phillips: Thank you Pam
Much better than Blackdog, you can see what the image is Bill.When did you come to Blackpool.
Bill Phillips: Um this is Cromer Mick
Oh wow, I absolutely love this shot!! Well done!!
Bill Phillips: Thank you Magdalena. I confess I am rather proud of this one!

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