Posted on 01/03/2017
by Louise Bunting
Category: PhotographyTags: beach, black and white, English Seaside, monochrome, Pier, pop of colour, Southport, train, wordless wednesday
My old stamping ground! Always a bit bleak and windy.
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My Mum’s a Southport girl, and we still have family over there, so we’ve always visited regularly. At least we caught a glimpse of the sea, this time, even if it was bleak and windy. 🙂 Thanks for visiting.
What a stunning photo!!
Thanks, Aletta. 🙂
I’m imagining men in suits and ladies with parasols strolling up and down the pier.
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Southport was a quintessential Victorian seaside resort – there would have been a lot of men in suits and ladies with parasols! Thanks for visiting, Ali. 🙂
Good to see picture of pier. we don’t have these sort of pier in this part of the world.
Piers tend to be a staple of English seaside towns! I’m glad you liked it, Arv. 🙂
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