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The picturesque assembly of house-boats and
visiting barges that cling to the foreshore at
Pin Mill, on Suffolk's Shotley peninsula, is a
welcome antidote to the seemingly endless
profusion of marinas full of plastic boats that
never seem to put to sea. But the old
boatyards are different, usually great places
for the casual photographer to pick up a nice
abstract or two. But you have to have the
right footwear for the sort of mud you find
on these lazy river estuaries. I've lost a
camera and several boots to this sort of
escapade, and not even got the picture I
wanted. So this one was taken from the
safety of the walkway around Pin Mill on the
Orwell Estuary, home to an assortment of weird and wonderful craft, mostly just waiting
for the day when they'll join the others as picturesque wrecks. This was the picture that
opened my eyes to the possibilities of the square picture, but only because I couldn't for
the life of me work out any other crop that satisfied. If I'd had wellies, this picture would
be very different, but then again, perhaps the wellies would still be there, in the mud.
The picturesque assembly of house-boats and visiting barges that cling to the foreshore
at Pin Mill, on Suffolk's Shotley peninsula, is a welcome antidote to the seemingly endless
profusion of marinas full of plastic boats that never seem to put to sea. But the old
boatyards are different, usually great places for the casual photographer to pick up a
nice abstract or two. But you have to have the right footwear for the sort of mud you
find on these lazy river estuaries. I've lost a camera and several boots to this sort of
escapade, and not even got the picture I wanted. So this one was taken from the safety
of the walkway around Pin Mill on the Orwell Estuary, home to an assortment of weird
and wonderful craft, mostly just waiting for the day when they'll join the others as
picturesque wrecks. This was the picture that opened my eyes to the possibilities of the
square picture, but only because I couldn't for the life of me work out any other crop
that satisfied. If I'd had wellies, this picture would be very different, but then again,
perhaps the wellies would still be there, in the mud.
The picturesque assembly of house-boats and
visiting barges that cling to the foreshore at
Pin Mill, on Suffolk's Shotley peninsula, is a
welcome antidote to the seemingly endless
profusion of marinas full of plastic boats that
never seem to put to sea. But the old
boatyards are different, usually great places
for the casual photographer to pick up a nice
abstract or two. But you have to have the
right footwear for the sort of mud you find
on these lazy river estuaries. I've lost a
camera and several boots to this sort of
escapade, and not even got the picture I
wanted. So this one was taken from the
safety of the walkway around Pin Mill on the
Orwell Estuary, home to an assortment of weird and wonderful craft, mostly just waiting
for the day when they'll join the others as picturesque wrecks. This was the picture that
opened my eyes to the possibilities of the square picture, but only because I couldn't for
the life of me work out any other crop that satisfied. If I'd had wellies, this picture would
be very different, but then again, perhaps the wellies would still be there, in the mud.

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The picturesque assembly of house-boats and visiting barges that cling to the foreshore at Pin Mill, on Suffolk's Shotley peninsula, is a welcome antidote to the seemingly endless profusion of marinas full of plastic boats that never seem to put to sea. But the old boatyards are different, usually great places for the casual photographer to pick up a nice abstract or two. But you have to have the right footwear for the sort of mud you find on these lazy river estuaries. I've lost a camera and several boots to this sort of escapade, and not even got the picture I wanted. So this one was taken from the safety of the walkway around Pin Mill on the Orwell Estuary, home to an assortment of weird and wonderful craft, mostly just waiting for the day when they'll join the others as picturesque wrecks. This was the picture that opened my eyes to the possibilities of the square picture, but only because I couldn't for the life of me work out any other crop that satisfied.  If I'd had wellies, this picture would be very different, but then again, perhaps the wellies would still be there, in the mud.  
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