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* The piggy in the middle is upside down.
Three boats? This abstract image confuses
many people, until they 'get it'.
The hard-standing behind the Harbour-
master's Office at Felixstowe Ferry is a jumble
of boats, mostly dinghies used as tenders for
moored yachts. Space is so short that they're
packed in like sardines, and sometimes they...
Well, you work it out for yourself.*
After heavy rain, some dinghies here are filled
to the brim with the stuff - but at least it tests their seaworthiness: those that aren't full
of rain have holes in them. Nobody seems to bother too much with stuff like hard work
here, and most visitors are making a beeline for the Ferry Boat Inn or the All Day
Breakfast café anyway, the kids to hook for crabs off the pontoon. Even the little ferry
only runs when someone from Bawdsey, across the harbour entrance at the mouth of
the River Deben, waves a small paddle from the other side. And isn't always noticed by
the skipper. But there's been a ferry on this spot for over a thousand years, so as a
method it clearly works.
* the piggy in the middle is upside down...
Three boats? This abstract image confuses many people, until they 'get it'.
The hard-standing behind the Harbour- master's Office at Felixstowe Ferry is a jumble of
boats, mostly dinghies used as tenders for moored yachts. Space is so short that they're
packed in like sardines, and sometimes they... Well, you work it out for yourself.*
After heavy rain, some dinghies here are filled to the brim with the stuff - but at least it
tests their seaworthiness: those that aren't full of rain have holes in them. Nobody
seems to bother too much with stuff like hard work here, and most visitors are making a
beeline for the Ferry Boat Inn or the All Day Breakfast café anyway, the kids to hook for
crabs off the pontoon. Even the little ferry only runs when someone from Bawdsey,
across the harbour entrance at the mouth of the River Deben, waves a small paddle
from the other side. And isn't always noticed by the skipper. But there's been a ferry on
this spot for over a thousand years, so as a method it clearly works.
* the piggy in the middle is upside down...
Three boats? This abstract image confuses
many people, until they 'get it'.
The hard-standing behind the Harbour-
master's Office at Felixstowe Ferry is a
jumble of boats, mostly dinghies used as
tenders for moored yachts. Space is so short
that they're packed in like sardines, and
sometimes they... Well, you work it out for
yourself.*
After heavy rain, some dinghies here are filled to the brim with the stuff - but at least it
tests their seaworthiness: those that aren't full of rain have holes in them. Nobody
seems to bother too much with stuff like hard work here, and most visitors are making
a beeline for the Ferry Boat Inn or the All Day Breakfast café anyway, the kids to hook
for crabs off the pontoon. Even the little ferry only runs when someone from Bawdsey,
across the harbour entrance at the mouth of the River Deben, waves a small paddle
from the other side. And isn't always noticed by the skipper. But there's been a ferry on
this spot for over a thousand years, so as a method it clearly works.
* the piggy in the middle is upside down...

Three dinghies

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Three boats?  This abstract image confuses many people, until they 'get it'. 
The hard-standing behind the Harbour- master's Office at Felixstowe Ferry is a jumble of boats, mostly dinghies used as tenders for moored yachts.  Space is so short that they're packed in like sardines, and sometimes they...  Well, you work it out for yourself.*

After heavy rain, some dinghies here are filled to the brim with the stuff - but at least it tests their seaworthiness: those that aren't full of rain have holes in them. Nobody seems to bother too much with stuff like hard work here, and most visitors are making a beeline for the Ferry Boat Inn or the All Day Breakfast café anyway, the kids to hook for crabs off the pontoon.  Even the little ferry only runs when someone from Bawdsey, across the harbour entrance at the mouth of the River Deben, waves a small paddle from the other side.  And isn't always noticed by the skipper.  But there's been a ferry on this spot for over a thousand years, so as a method it clearly works.

* the piggy in the middle is upside down...
A smart wood frame matches the wood on the boats, though not necessarily the colour.

A smart wood frame matches the wood on the boats, though not necessarily the colour.

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