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Deepest darkest Essex


JonC
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Last week I was fishing with Neil in the Solent, I was saying how built up and busy it was by my standards. 
These are some pictures of the Essex coast, it’s like this all the way from Bradwell on the north of the Dengie peninsula round to Shoeburyness near Southend in sea. 
The fish traps are Anglo Saxon so well over a thousand years old. 

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Some atmospheric and well framed photos there Jon. Very evocative. Top snapping 👍

 

Edit: it's come to light that @JonC shamelessly plagiarized these from his village website and passed them off as his own. 👎

#copyrightthief

#photorobber

 

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10 minutes ago, Geoff said:

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I don't think much of the scaffold poles either, Geoff.☺️

Have some respect, they are even older than you. 

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10 minutes ago, Saintly Fish said:

He took them from the local village magazine 

Yeah, well actually my neighbour is a keen photographer who posted them on the village page. 

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5 hours ago, JDP said:

Enough of the landscape photography, where are the fish ?

 

They are in the water to the top left corner of the picture. 

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