Thursday, 5 February 2015

GOOD FENCES - Yarmouth, Isle of Wight (Part 1)

All these images, which were are taken at Yarmouth on the Isle of Wight, show many fences and lovely reflections with some Mallard and Teal ducks along with Mute Swans. 




Teal



Mute Swan and Mallard







The last shot below is a new restaurant converted from an old railway building and they made a new signal box at the end to be used as a bird hide overlooking the shot above.


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51 comments:

  1. I have wanted to visit the Isle of Wight for the longest time! All the reflections are beautiful. I also love that small tree with the flattened top. And these buildings with the blue roofs!

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  2. This is such a clever meme - and your take on it is gorgeous.

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  3. Love your building and the waterfowl, thanks Margaret.

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  4. Hi Margaret,
    Beautiful pictures, the light I find amazing, beautiful winter colors.
    Best regards, Irma

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  5. That first pic in particular is stunning. Great idea re the bird hide near the restaurant xx

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  6. You found some lovely light for your day on The Isle of Wight Margaret. It's place I've never visited but it looks quiet as I like it.

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  7. Hello Margaret, pretty scenes and reflections... I love the swans.. Great post, enjoy your day!

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  8. Wonderful photos with the most marvelous lighting. I love that warm glow. Thank you Margaret, very enjoyable.

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  9. The light and clarity as well as composition are splendid. Beautiful place!

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  10. You captured these at the most beautiful time of day, and it really shows in all of the images. What a gorgeous setting.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  11. Now, that looks like a place I would like to visit and dine! Beautiful photos as always! blessings ~ tanna

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  12. What a beautiful setting in the sunshine. Love the photos you captured. The broken fence along the bank is charming and the restaurant looks inviting. Great tables along the side.
    Beautiful spot to visit.
    Have a great day.
    CM

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  13. Gorgeous shots Margaret! I do love that early morning lighting which makes everything look so richly bathed in the sunlight!

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  14. Beautiful photos! I love all the reflections in the water.

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  15. The birds are beautiful, and so is the scene! Lovely shots!

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  16. Nice light on your first couple of photos! Great reflections too.

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  17. Thank you for always taking us on such lovely adventures.

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  18. pretty reflections, sweet birds and cool tree!

    (if you need me to link you in, let me know!)

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  19. oh water, it always makes everything prettier!! pretty fences, water fowl and reflections!! a beautiful post margaret!!!

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  20. Wonderful photos !!!!
    Beautiful post !!!

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  21. I thought number 1 was my favorite today but when I got to the last one of the railway station, I love it. the ART of it, the composition and of course the building. in number one I like that apartment building, the windows in it. also really liked the pops of red coats...

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  22. I love your pics! My main association of the Isle of Wight is with some famous Jimi Hendix songs.
    ~

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  23. Truly enjoyed the journey you took on us on today.

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  24. beautiful images and light Margaret. I really like that brick house in the first photo.

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  25. ALL of your image shares are stunning Margaret. Those top two would make GREAT jigsaw puzzles.

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  26. All beautiful pictures Marareth, love them all. :)
    Maybe the swans with the nice reflection a little more :))
    Have a fine weekend
    【ツ】Knipsa

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  27. You always have such awesome photos, Margaret! I really love the reflections of the brick house and also the swans!

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  28. The golden light in your first images is so lovely. I really like your leading photo! Beautiful birds and fences. I agree with Hootin Anni that your top two images would make great jigsaw puzzles. :)

    Lindy

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  29. Really nice photos, Margaret. It's so pretty there. Gotta love those bright blue rooftops!

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  30. Hi Margaret, What a lovely collection of photos. Such stunning colors. Thank you for your visit to my "Good Fences". Have a great rest of the week...

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  31. Love your photos! You have caught the light so beautifully! Wonderful reflections, too!
    Thanks for your encouraging comments on my blog.
    Lea

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  32. Wonderful photos Margaret. So nice to see a different part of the world. I like the name of the restaurant in the former railway building. It's nice they accommodated birders with the 'hide'. Thanks for visiting. Have a good weekend.

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  33. This golden light is glorious! Beautiful reflections and images.

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  34. There seems to be no end to the beautiful places you find to take photographs, Margaret. These are all lovely with the birds and reflections. The fences are many but my favorite is the fallen fence (I am assuming that is what I am seeing) next to the stone and brick wall. It is truely a beautiful shot with, I would assume, a history to be told. Beautiful post, Margaret ...

    Andrea @ From The Sol

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  35. i feel like i read a book as a kid, named Miss Margaret, but at the moment i can not recall the author & suchness??! any who ....

    i enjoy your reflections. that bonsai tree (or looks like one to me) very cool! ( :

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  36. The light in each of these images is so beautiful.

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  37. Wow! Gorgeous, stunning pictures Margaret!

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  38. This was enjoyable. Some nice countryside and fences. I rather like the pretty swans and that unusual looking tree.

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  39. I did enjoy this post very much! The reflections are so pretty. I love seeing all the birds and what a wonderful idea to put the bird hide up there!

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  40. The reflections you've captured are beautiful. What a glorious setting.

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  41. One of the great things about blogging is getting to see so many places through others eyes. Lovely photos.

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  42. Beautiful places and photos, Margaret.
    The trail by the Off the Rails, was that by chance a railroad converted to a nature trail?
    Thanks for visiting my blog today.
    Have a Beautiful Day!
    Peace :)

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  43. Nice light! And I love the reflections in the water.

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  44. So peaceful looking and quaint! I would love to be sitting at one of those tables.
    Scrolling down I had to take a second look at the photo with the tree. At first glance I thought it was growing on top of the building. :)

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  45. Such lovely reflections. The swans are beautiful.

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  46. Awesome photos, Margaret! All of them! Wish you a nice weekend!

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  47. I love the warm and golden light, so lovely.

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  48. Both posts on this lovely place are wonderful. Beautiful photos ...the whole place reminds me of an enchanted village!

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  49. My wife and I spent our honeymoon on the Isle of Wight in 1958. We must go back some day with a camera. A beautiful set of photographs. The shot of the two swans is superb.

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