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I love your coloring on this harbor!
And I remember watching Hee Haw when I was little!
Bill Phillips: It is very colourful!

These two could certainly play!
  • Martine
  • France
  • 16 Dec 2016, 02:37
Jolie lumière. J'aime les immeubles colorés.
Bill Phillips: It is certainly very colourful Martine
Exmouth has changed since I was there...
Bill Phillips: This bit certainly has. One of the sea front cafe's I used to work in has recently been demolished but a lot is still like it was when I was a kid. I suspect not for much longer though
this is just the greatest composition of a harbour with all of that colour on a sunny day Bill...
the only fault with this shot are the two mosquito boats on the dock between the green and blue covered boats....petersmile
Bill Phillips: Is that what they are? I am ignorant when it comes to boats
thanks for the Dueling Banjos Bill....petersmile
Bill Phillips: They can certainly play can't they?
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 16 Dec 2016, 03:57
Whao! Bootifull shot, Sire!
Bill Phillips: Thanks Raymondo
The 4 main colors to boot, Bill, and enough boats to last awhile!
Bill Phillips: It borders on the garish Ginnie
MAGNIFIQUE photo ...quelle belle lumière ..
Bonne journée
Bill Phillips: Pleased you like it Claudine
The buildings are leaning.
Bill Phillips: They certainly are
  • Chris
  • England
  • 16 Dec 2016, 07:06
Blimey the character of the place has taken somewhat of a hit hasn't it. This could be anywhere, indeed Portishead looks similar..
Bill Phillips: This is the old docks. The one part that has really been destroyed. I suspect that much of the seafront will be unrecognisable in a few years too
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 16 Dec 2016, 07:09
Now that's not a view I would expect to see in Exmouth. I would expect at something more olde-worlde. I expect those places on the right with the balconies have another 0 added to the purchase price.

I prefer the original "Duelling Banjos" in the film "Deliverance".
Bill Phillips: I like the deliverance version but the playing on this (which i guess predates the film by some years) is amazing!

This is the one part of Exmouth that has changed beyond recognition. however, I suspect that much of the seafront will change over the next few years and it will no longer be the Exmouth I knew as a child
  • Lisl
  • Bath, England
  • 16 Dec 2016, 07:32
I think you were quite taken with Exmouth, and I can see why. Perhaps we will visit in the Spring, so thanks for the tip-off
Bill Phillips: Much of it is as I remember it as a child Lisl. This was the doks and is totally changed. I suspect much of the sea front will be developed in the not distant future and it will not be the place I knew any longer
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 16 Dec 2016, 07:37
I love this colourful harbour scene - Exmouth is a town I would like to see one day.
Bill Phillips: It is worth a visit Philine
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 16 Dec 2016, 09:24
All neat and tidy, perhaps a bit too neat and tidy.
Bill Phillips: It is not my cup of tea at all Mike
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 16 Dec 2016, 09:55
Lovely colours to start a nice weekend. Enjoy it.
Bill Phillips: Thanks Louis I hope to!
These are some colourful buildings. I suppose they are mostly apartments or condos.
Bill Phillips: They are indeed Mary and with pretty big price tags
They were still doing a lot of demolition/rebuilding when we visited there two years ago. Enjoyed the video, I haven't seen those two for years.
Bill Phillips: There has been a lot of change but on the whole the seafront is not too far removed from what it was. I suspect it will be changing more in the next few years
Lovely weather
Bill Phillips: You wouldn't think it was early November!

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