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Photostory Friday - Lazy Sunday - Day four

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a snake of pretty boxes

view to the distant shadow of a Pier

Day four - A walk along the beach and seafront on a lazy Sunday morning.
I am always drawn to patterns. In my art. In taking photographs. In textiles.
Why? I don't know why I like repititions of shape or form, colour or light.
when I look at the photographs I take.
The patterns made by nature. By people. By architecture is prevalent.

So these photographs taken over a half hour period,
on my last day in Kent, show a keen eye for pattern. Again.
Beach huts appeared during the victorian period. They were and are used for changing into bathing costumes and usually have tea making facilities and more. I would love to have a purple one in my garden as 'my den' for painting and reading. Bliss.
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The Sailing Club

MORE PICTURES
Day one & two HERE


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Comments

  1. Our beaches aren't nice enough for a snake of boxes.

    Lovely photo. It looks like an enjoyable visit.

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  2. Those pictures are fantastic...frame worthy for sure. :)

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  3. ...a snake of boxes. Your choice of words are as lovely as your photos. Great composition, outstanding. As a designer these prints inspire me to create a room fit to hang them in.

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  4. Saz, beautiful! I soooo want to have a beach hut, full of driftwood, and blue, white and red art and fabrics - Comfort amongst linen and cushions, seashells and model sailing boats...

    I need to get that lottery ticket! xxx

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  5. Saz, And I love your artistic flair!!! It adds so much to your photography that I can only imagine how fabulous your art is!!!! Love these! Love your blog! ~Janine XO

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  6. So perfectly British Saz...I just love it...what a wonderful art montage it would make...
    Sandi

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  7. A snake of boxes. What a fresh image. GReat photographs.

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  8. Aren't they worth about a quarter of a million now?

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  9. I love all those coloured beach huts.

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  10. Beach houses? Are these changing places? I have never seen that before. The colors are lovely.

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  11. Excellen patterns. I really like the houses all in a row.

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  12. Your pictures remind me of a holida I had in Suffolk.

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  13. Beautiful shots. I would love to see more of your images on this site, Saz, for the simple reason that I reckon you are really good with a camera.

    Keep at it. I am a fan.

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  14. Yes, what are all those boxes? They're pretty but they're making me mad. They're blocking the view of the beach. How rude, little cubes!

    Beautiful shots.

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  15. Beautiful photos. Beach huts are so evocative and dreamy. I have a fantastic book called "Huts, havens and hideaways"

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  16. Saz,

    I love it! I love it! I love it! I would love to nest there for a weekend! Your photos are awesomely done. We have a place here in Oceanside, CA that looks similar to Kent.

    You inspire me to complete my goal of getting my little tiny motorhome repaired to I can return to the beach sites again.

    thank you soooo much! Keep those pics comin'!...:)

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  17. Those pictures are lovely. It looks like a simply wonderful place for a lazy any day walk.

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Take the weight of your feet, draw up a chair and pour yourself a cuppa. Leave your troubles at the door and together we shall ride out the storms.
I will walk a while in your shoes...

Saz x

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