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photoblog image A day trip to Burnham-on-Sea 7

A day trip to Burnham-on-Sea 7

A day trip to Burnham-on-Sea 7

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  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 1 Oct 2011, 00:58
Oooops! Run out of waterway!
Bill Phillips: Tide was out!
I agree with Ray.... they look sort of bogged down....petersmile
Bill Phillips: The mud really was this colour and looked like an alien landscape
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 1 Oct 2011, 07:46
Every time I see a river like this, I am surprised.
In Holland all our 'water-ways' are controlled by locks, we never run out of water...
A delightful picture though.
Have a great weekend!!
Bill Phillips: Don't you have tidal estuaries?
nice one, like the watery mudd
Bill Phillips: It was very much this colour and looked most odd!
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 1 Oct 2011, 08:04
You wouldn't want to wade out to those would you!

Has boat Friday experienced some slippage?
Bill Phillips: 'orrible isn't it? Put in a picture of Chad pretending he was the angel of the north and this one got displaced!
  • Chris
  • England
  • 1 Oct 2011, 08:18
Lovely glistening glorious mud - welcome to Somerset!
Bill Phillips: It is a hideous sliver grey gloop.
I had to read the comments to figure this out. I thought the mud was water and also studied physics so knew it was impossible to see what I thought I was seeing.
Bill Phillips: This is a rather unpleasant silver grey gloop of mud. Not twiddled in any way!
Blimey Bill. You have made this estuary mud glisten like silvery graphite.
Bill Phillips: No twiddle involved it actually looked like this....'orrible isn't it?
A very nice one here Bill. Great scene.
Bill Phillips: Thanks Frances
I hope they don't want to sail off in a hurry! Where's the Saturday flowers BTW?
Bill Phillips: Adding in the angel of the north pic meant the Saturday pic got displaced by this Brian
A temporary occurrence, I hope. Great idea to have the B&W treatment for this one, Bill. Those mud banks take on a different look altogether. Well done!
Bill Phillips: That is colour Beverly1 They really were that colour. It is a tidal estuary
What a fascinating shot - even better because it's not twiddled!
Ooops - mud berths, cheaper than water berths. Well caught with all those textures.
Bill Phillips: It was really this colour, silvery grey shiny mud!

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