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A series of shots from Rye last weekend. Breakwater protecting the River Rother harbour inlet.

comments (13)

  • Leanne
  • Australia
  • 8 Sep 2010, 00:10
love the details and great sky.
John Prior: Thank you Leanne
  • Sidney
  • Philippines
  • 8 Sep 2010, 00:44
Sea must be very wild at times... impressive wall.
John Prior: Thanks Sidney, Wild, yes Thursday's post will prove that.
Interesting frames ,ade by the breakwater John.
John Prior: Thanks Chad, Yes quite a strange structure.
  • grapf
  • Germany
  • 8 Sep 2010, 07:45
very impressive place, a whitness of the past. What is its history?
John Prior: Thanks Grapf, all will be revealed.
Rye is a fascinating place for photography - if only we could make the people disappear. Of all the times I have been to Rye, I have never seen this. Been to the wrong parts, I guess.
John Prior: Thanks Sheila, This was the nature reserve side that stretches to Winchelsea.
What a great image. Love the composition. (:o)
John Prior: Thank you Rosalyn
  • Chris
  • England
  • 8 Sep 2010, 08:41
Lovely perspective John: a fine place Rye
John Prior: Thanks Chris, yes a different sort of seaside town.
  • sherri
  • Little Rock, Arkansas, United States of America
  • 8 Sep 2010, 14:25
Such an ancient place. I feel like I could step right into the frame on the bottom left corner.
John Prior: Thanks Sherri, Yes it was large enough, a deep river mouth on the other side of it though.
It looks like it needs some protecting from the wild waters on stormy days, I like the composition smile
John Prior: Thanks Linda, something about storms in tomorrows post.
Good work with the line of perspective. Well seen!
Have a nice day.
John Prior: Thank you Dom
A lovely part of the world and this is a good picture
John Prior: Thank you Bill.
  • Bonnie
  • United States
  • 8 Sep 2010, 20:22
Wonderful 'leading lines'...brings you right into the shot.
John Prior: Thank you Bonnie.
  • Otto K.
  • United States
  • 8 Sep 2010, 21:44
really nice composition. very nice scene.
John Prior: Many thanks Otto.

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