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                       From the quayside in Fleetwood looking across the river Wyre to Knott end.

Out of use...

                       From the quayside in Fleetwood looking across the river Wyre to Knott end.

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Jolie composition, j'aime beaucoup ce noir et blanc.
Frank L Croston.: Thank you Martine, I thought b/w suited the subject.
This looks good in B&W - sad to see them not in use... why is that?
Frank L Croston.: Thanks Elizabeth. You have had your answer. smile
  • Chris
  • England
  • 30 May 2019, 06:23
All charming when the sun's out Frank
Frank L Croston.: Like many places Chris, indeed.
  • Chad
  • Somewhere in deep space
  • 30 May 2019, 06:25
From a bygone era then Frank
Frank L Croston.: It certainly is Andrew, a shame its been neglected.
Une prise de vue qui est bien vue avec le noir et blanc..
Frank L Croston.: Thank you Claudine, I saw it as a b/w when I took it.
This looks good in B.& W.Frank, the river looks to be quite wide.
Frank L Croston.: Thanks Brian, yes it is, though at low tide its tempting to think you could walk across, but not very wise.
What would these poles be used for? tying up perhaps.
Frank L Croston.: They would probably have chains between them so people didn't walk over the edge, its about a 20ft drop depending on the tide.
  • Anne
  • United Kingdom
  • 30 May 2019, 15:57
They make a good image - I like the b&w treatment.
Frank L Croston.: Thanks Anne, funny how some things work better in b/w.
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 30 May 2019, 18:42
B&W suits this very well. One can only wonder of the lives of the people that y=used to work here.
Frank L Croston.: I thought it would when I took it. Having worked around here back in the day I know it was a tough life, I knew and met a lot of people who were in the fishing trade. It was quite a different place back then.
a good point of view Frank... the tides seems to have forgotten about this part of the river Frank....petersmile
Frank L Croston.: Thanks Peter, oh, don't worry, they'll be back in a few hours. smile

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