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Southwold Seafront

By KathyW  
It was a bit crowded on Southwold prom on Saturday morning. Looked like the diggers were sleeping it off after a heavy Friday night excavating...
Thanks for looking.
Kathy

Tags: General Southwold Digger Excavator

Voters: MediumSizeUnavailable, helendixon, cameracat and 17 more


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7 May 2006 11:27PM
terrific colors and like the composition (with the blue digger under the arm of the orange one)
helendixon 17 30 United Kingdom
7 May 2006 11:41PM
Interesting combination, it's certainly different from the rest. I like the strong colours.

Helen.
John_Duckett 17 386 2 Norfolk Island
8 May 2006 2:38AM
It was really good to meet you on Saturday Kathy,

This really is a great composition

John
phil_1975 17 165 United Kingdom
8 May 2006 2:56AM
I like this Kathy, some great colours there. I wouldn't have thought about taking pictures of those. Looks like I missed an opportunity there.

Phil.
StuartAt 16 1.1k 8 United Kingdom
8 May 2006 2:59AM
Great spot here Kathy. I guess we were all too busy (or too lazy) at the boating lake to walk over to the diggers. I'm sure everyone else was trying to work how to avoid getting them in their shots!!!

Stuart
Jasbe 16 116 England
8 May 2006 4:18AM
Great description, great colours in the diggers and the sky Kathy, well spotted.
Jason
IanFlindt 17 740 21 United Kingdom
8 May 2006 7:20AM
Now, that's what I call brave, Kathy, and also effective. I love the "sleeping" metaphor: the machines at rest while a bunch of strange individuals beetle about the promenade!
Chriscj 15 96 1 England
8 May 2006 11:08AM
I have to agree Kathy a great idea and well taken.

Chris
owp 17 168
8 May 2006 11:23AM
. . . amazing! . . even in an "Industrial" scene you still get a great sky!! . . LOL Smile .

Mike.W
katieb 17 255 4 United Kingdom
8 May 2006 12:11PM
ooh I didn't see those Kathy, well spotted and executed.
Kate
Sus 17 3.2k 9 England
11 May 2006 10:41AM
I don't understand - where was the blue sky? Nowhere in residence when I arrived there.

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