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  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 8 Nov 2012, 02:46
Looks like a cosy little lifeguards capsule, Bill....I suppose the Hoff is in there, cryogenically preserved...
Bill Phillips: I would not be surprised if that was the case Ray
This is a very nice composition Bill! I really like this!
Bill Phillips: That is most gratifying Elizabeth.
  • Sally
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 8 Nov 2012, 06:13
I really like this Bill. The B&W is perfect, especially with the RNLI badge in colour.
Bill Phillips: Thank you Sally, i'm very pleased you do
I'm not keen that you have succumbed and have put a bit of colour into this 'mazing melody of maritime melancholia that you have posted over these last few days. Keep to the purist route Bill and avoid the trivia of glitz.
Bill Phillips: I am a great fan of the RNLI
The power of the sea is so amazing and beautiful even on a dark misty day such as this Bill... nice composition....petersmile
Bill Phillips: Very true Peter. In all its' moods the sea is magnificent
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 8 Nov 2012, 07:25
But nobody is present to save anybody -but nobody must be saved for every body is away in bed, cafè, amusements or left Bournemouth to go home ...
Bill Phillips: Well can you blame them Philine smile
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 8 Nov 2012, 07:45
How many more, Bill? Will we come out into the light?
Bill Phillips: We are nine twelfths or three quarters of the way through. (Anne is not the only one who can do numbers)
  • Chris
  • England
  • 8 Nov 2012, 08:21
It isn't surprising really that you were the only person on the beach
Bill Phillips: i have been in the sea when it has been raining....not in October mind
Too cold for the lifeguards - send for the lifeboat instead.
Bill Phillips: Nobody to save Sheila
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 8 Nov 2012, 09:01
Oh yes, a shot after my own heart and a fine tune. Surfin' Safari!
Bill Phillips: Thanks Mike. Funny that none of the Beach Boys could actually Surf
Probably locked up tight since no one wants to go to this town, so I hear.
Bill Phillips: It is a very popular resort Mary.
  • Chad Doveton
  • Where latitude and longitude meet.
  • 8 Nov 2012, 10:07
I like this one very much Bill, but I would like it even more without the distraction of the spot colour. Spot colour does not inform a serious photograph, and this should be a serious photograph. Right, having told you off I shall go in search of another victim.
Bill Phillips: As I pointed out to Mr Trim I like the RNLI.
Funny....I was a little more fortunate with the weather! I like your selective colouring, nice shot Bill smile
Bill Phillips: It was dire Martin but we had a laugh in the rain!
A "closed for winter" shot Bill. I like it
Bill Phillips: closed for ever by the look of it Sheila grin
You've got Blackdog wetting his pants with this series Bill! smile
Bill Phillips: LOL! He likes a good depressing picture Fred. I must confess I had him in mind doing these!
You've got Blackdog wetting his pants with this series Bill! smile
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 8 Nov 2012, 12:34
Not a lot fopr them to do on a day like this - but then this when they could be needed the most.
Bill Phillips: We did actually see someone with a surf board. Men in white coats came and took him away
The light here is very interesting for me Bill, very Northern if i'm allowed.
Bill Phillips: you are and it is Juan Carlos
This appears to be a very sturdy lifeguard structure, Bill. Our spindly constructed ones pale in comparison.
Bill Phillips: Built to withstand the English summer Beverly smile
Bournemouth looks too exciting for
Bill Phillips: You would have to take tranquillizers to cope Larry
Being a wet day in Bournemouth it hasn't quite the shine and sparkle on Martin's lifeguard hut today, that was a nice sunny day wherever it was.
Bill Phillips: Who needs sparkle when you can have dull and wet?
I am I'll, this is not making me feel any better,you may have to come to Shaldon and run us home.. Black dog will have wet his pants laugh at this lot.
Bill Phillips: No problem you can look at my holiday snaps whilst I drive you back.
Not open for business, obviously not surf city as a little inclement weather would not keep surfers out of the water smile
Bill Phillips: There was one but he had given up and gone home just as we got there
We submit, Bill - what's your price - the SC community has been plunged into terminal depression by this series - we surrender!!!
Bill Phillips: Hahahaha It's a result!!
You better run and get in this shelter to feel safe Bill!
Very nice composition indeed.
  • Anne
  • United Kingdom
  • 8 Nov 2012, 19:31
Atmospheric shot, that sea looks very cold
I like the colour splash.

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