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This is a (to me) unexpectedly popular
picture at my 'Art on the Prom' shows in
Felixstowe on the first weekend in
September. It is a shot of one of the fishing
sheds at Felixstowe Ferry, behind the
Harbourmaster's Office. The composition
is awkward, the tones are muted and the
colourway is somewhat limited too, but
something must account for its popularity,
though I can't think what it is. Could it be
something to do with 'Hut 8' being one of the principle WW2 code-breaking huts at
Bletchley Park? or perhaps, unknown to me, Hut 8 at Felixstowe Ferry is owned by a
particularly popular (or notorious) Felixstowe individual? or is it a site of illicit
hooch-making? Who know, but I'm glad of the business!
This is a (to me) unexpectedly popular picture at my 'Art on the Prom' shows in
Felixstowe on the first weekend in September. It is a shot of one of the fishing sheds at
Felixstowe Ferry, behind the Harbourmaster's Office. The composition is awkward, the
tones are muted and the colourway is somewhat limited too, but something must
account for its popularity, though I can't think what it is. Could it be something to do
with 'Hut 8' being one of the principle WW2 code-breaking huts at Bletchley Park? or
perhaps, unknown to me, Hut 8 at Felixstowe Ferry is owned by a particularly popular
(or notorious) Felixstowe individual? or is it a site of illicit hooch-making? Who know, but
I'm glad of the business!
This is a (to me) unexpectedly popular
picture at my 'Art on the Prom' shows in
Felixstowe on the first weekend in
September. It is a shot of one of the fishing
sheds at Felixstowe Ferry, behind the
Harbourmaster's Office. The composition
is awkward, the tones are muted and the
colourway is somewhat limited too, but
something must account for its popularity,
though I can't think what it is. Could it be
something to do with 'Hut 8' being one of the principle WW2 code-breaking huts at
Bletchley Park? or perhaps, unknown to me, Hut 8 at Felixstowe Ferry is owned by a
particularly popular (or notorious) Felixstowe individual? or is it a site of illicit
hooch-making? Who know, but I'm glad of the business!

Hut 8, Felixstowe Ferry

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This is a (to me) unexpectedly popular picture at my 'Art on the Prom' shows in Felixstowe on the first weekend in September. It is a shot of one of the fishing sheds at Felixstowe Ferry, behind the Harbourmaster's Office. The composition is awkward, the tones are muted and the colourway is somewhat limited too, but something must account for its popularity, though I can't think what it is. Could it be something to do with 'Hut 8' being one of the principle WW2 code-breaking huts at Bletchley Park? or perhaps, unknown to me, Hut 8 at Felixstowe Ferry is owned by a particularly popular (or notorious) Felixstowe individual? or is it a site of illicit hooch-making?  Who know, but I'm glad of the business!  
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