27 thoughts on “Piccies …

  1. Sandee Nov 16, 2021 / 23:42

    A harbor. I’m in. We love boating, harbors and being out on the water.

    Thank you for hosting the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Keith. 🙂

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    • Keith's Ramblings Nov 17, 2021 / 17:21

      This harbour is also home to the cross-channel ferry to Dieppe in France, and it has a yacht basin too. Something for everyone!


    • Keith's Ramblings Nov 17, 2021 / 17:33

      When you leave on the cross-channel ferry you get an amazing view of the white cliffs I featured for last Wednesday’s Wordless.


  2. hilarymb Nov 17, 2021 / 09:13

    Hi Keith – Newhaven in a very different light … love the fishing boats … always good to see working ones. Well I shall keep this view of Newhaven – it’s definitely way easier on the eye, than usual. Enjoy today’s sun … cheers Hilary

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  3. My GBGV Life Nov 17, 2021 / 11:43

    Love the bright colors. Fishing boats and old docks are quite interesting. We take cell photos still on some of our walks so we don’t have to lug along the big camera. The photos are better than they used to be, but a “real” camera still does much better at good photos.

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    • Keith's Ramblings Nov 17, 2021 / 17:46

      I haven’t had a real camera for years, but I’m certainly toying with the idea of getting one again.


  4. amandacatsynth Nov 17, 2021 / 17:13

    Nice photos, as always. It’s interesting, as we have a New Haven with a harbor here, too. It’s where I went to university (Yale) so I was a little disoriented at first 🙂

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  5. Emille Nov 17, 2021 / 22:54

    Never a boring moment in a harbor! Since I was at a steam liner when 5 yours old for a month, big boats and ships have been intriguing to me. Love the first view with the colorful netting. Great moments of the birds flying up busily.

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    • Keith's Ramblings Nov 18, 2021 / 13:17

      You are so right, all the comings and goings, the rising and ebbing tide. Thanks so much for sharing your memory.


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