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Saturday, 9 March 2013

Landing at Dinard

My Edwardians are holidaying in France for this week's Sepia Saturday. They've landed at Dinard in Brittany where we last saw them waiting for tea after a bathe.

More boats, water and all manner of old images over at Sepia Saturday
 

10 comments:

Mike Brubaker said...

A perfect fit! 10 marks for you!

anyjazz said...

A fine old photograph!

Karen S. said...

I like this picture, excellent choice!

Brett Payne said...

I've always fancied this kind of departure from land while on holiday, but to be honest it's not always as idyllic or picturesque. Our journey by rickety old ferry from Mersing on the Malaysian mainland to the island of Tioman 20 years ago was an absolute nightmare.

Bob Scotney said...

Another 10!

Kathy Morales said...

Good choice!

Liz Needle said...

That is a great photo.

Wendy said...

Lots of traffic on the water that day!

Alan Burnett said...

Dinard always seems to have such wonderful Edwardian connotations. I suppose that today it is modern and twentieth-first century, but it always makes me think of King Edward.

Teresa Wilson Rogers said...

Tea after bathing in the sea. It sounded so much more dignified back then. Now its swimming and throwing back a couple of beers!