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Soggysetshire

Still in Watchet. Here we see the red mine from a different perspective. Note too the downpipage, lamp postage and a very tall black pipe which may have an unpleasant reason to exist. 

 

 

Note also the colour co-ordinated framing to this picture 

 

Soggysetshire

Still in Watchet. Here we see the red mine from a different perspective. Note too the downpipage, lamp postage and a very tall black pipe which may have an unpleasant reason to exist. 

 

 

Note also the colour co-ordinated framing to this picture 

 

comments (24)

  • Penny
  • on my way to bed
  • 24 Apr 2014, 00:55
I've had many similar experiences trying to negotiate the Bristol traffic system myself... think I'd better learn that song.
Bill Phillips: I have spent many a happy hour stuck in traffic in Bristol Penny
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 24 Apr 2014, 01:30
It's a bloddy masterwerk, Sire!
Bill Phillips: Modesty forbids me from agreeing Ray
  • ....peter:)
  • Moonbeam, Ontario, Canada
  • 24 Apr 2014, 04:59
I like the way that you described this wonderful image Bill... i love the way that you framed it... and Chad will be pleased with the gutteridge....petersmile
Bill Phillips: Glad you have enjoyed my effort today Peter
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 24 Apr 2014, 06:25
finely composed- and note the drystone wall and the cobble stones - all typically English!
Bill Phillips: It is a very English town Philine
  • Chris
  • England
  • 24 Apr 2014, 06:49
This picture of yours really is really rather good, if you ignore the frame, that is..
Bill Phillips: The frame is for Chad's benefit.
Perfectly framed and captured with your red mine perfectly placed for the eye.
Bill Phillips: It was handily placed Scotia
All have been duly noted on this lovely, colorful photo!
Bill Phillips: Pleased you are paying attention E
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 24 Apr 2014, 08:15
I think the frame makes it, Bill
Bill Phillips: Oh well that is very gratifying Lisl
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 24 Apr 2014, 08:40
So much to enjoy in Soggysetshire I am surprised we don't all up sticks and move in!
Bill Phillips: It is a thought Mike.......
  • gutteridge
  • Where latitude and attitude meet
  • 24 Apr 2014, 08:44
Are you planning to show the mine from every possible angle Bill?
Bill Phillips: It was tempting Ridge but I had so much else and I didn't want to run this series past October
  • gutteridge
  • Where latitude and attitude meet
  • 24 Apr 2014, 08:48
On my half megabit/second broadband I cannot play the song, but I know the Wurzels well.

The frame is the best bit.
Bill Phillips: A unique talent
Not many people about, did they know you were coming.The way this series is going I may be to ill to go to Cosford.Sroll on Mallorca at the end of May.
Bill Phillips: By the end of May you will be in an asylum
Nice composition Bill, I would prefer it without the frame though.
Bill Phillips: The frame was for Chad
There is a bird too in this very pretty photo.
Bill Phillips: Either that or it is a bit of dirt on the lens Mary
I have pleasant memories of Watchet traveling on the steam train and stopping off there for lunch. Love that lantern
Bill Phillips: It is a pleasant town Janet.
This is a gem of a shot, Bill, and I like your frame choice as well.
Bill Phillips: I am delighted you like it Beverly
love the "stoney" flooring here Bill..fantastic skies!
Bill Phillips: You can't beat cobbles Ronky
  • Shane
  • United Kingdom
  • 24 Apr 2014, 16:31
For a place i don,t like much...you,ve made it look real nice bill
Bill Phillips: The camera never lies Shane.....wink
This picture has got almost everything including a superb frame and a full description in case the viewer hadn't a clue what anything is.
Bill Phillips: I am like the BBC, seeking to entertain and educate Brian
  • Richard Trim
  • Suffolk: where the sun rises first in England
  • 24 Apr 2014, 18:12
I don't remember Watchet being quite as docile as this
Bill Phillips: It was when you three were out of sight
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 24 Apr 2014, 18:19
I think you've got your box of pastels out again wink I hope the sun did not come as a surprise after the rain of Droitwich Spa.
Bill Phillips: I was the only one used to good weather Alan. You have seen all the pictures of Bath in the rain I am sure
  • elleplate
  • United Kingdom
  • 24 Apr 2014, 18:52
Have you contacted the watchet tourist board? They might like to use your pictures, you've done a good job of making it look lovely!
Bill Phillips: Haha thanks Sarah. I did some for the Droitwich tourist board and look what happened!
I like the depth of this beautiful perspective Bill!
Bill Phillips: Thank you kindly Richard
Very nice, a pity Shutterchance restricts pixel depth on portrait images, one would think a smart formula could be applied, that allowed portrait and landscape images to be same overall size in area.
Bill Phillips: I hadn't really thought about it John but you are right!

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