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Photo by John FitzGerald

Manningtree station, Essex.
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Jean-luc Drouin, Denis Croissant, Annemarie, Marko Novosel and 10 other people have particularly liked this photo


24 comments - The latest ones
 Andy Rodker
Andy Rodker club
I went there once on business. I had forgotten that it is almost 'country'!
A pleasing shot, the out of focus young lady gives a fine sense of motion.
3 months ago.
John FitzGerald club has replied to Andy Rodker club
Thanks, Andy. Years ago I posted another shot of this bench without people, but have since realized the value of people in thes type of shot.
3 months ago.
Andy Rodker club has replied to John FitzGerald club
That's intriguing, John, because as I was replying, I had a storing sense of deja vu. Did you post another shot from Manningtree station (on Panoramio purchance?). I recall telling the story of my only visit to Manningtree at least once before on Panoramio or on ipernity!
2 months ago.
John FitzGerald club has replied to Andy Rodker club
It could have been here, Andy, although it was taken in 2013 and I didn't start here till 2014. It probably was on Flickr, but I was never on Panoramio. Perhaps the story would jog my memory.
2 months ago.
 rdhinmn
rdhinmn club
Hurrying to catch a streetcar, and in flip-flops! She does give a strong sense of motion, and if I had just a second to look at the photo, I would have said that the wind was blowing, of which there is no evidence at all. Tromps l'oiel?
3 months ago.
John FitzGerald club has replied to rdhinmn club
She was catching a train, Bob, so may have been walking a bit briskly. As for the wind, it's trompe-l'obturateur, I think.
3 months ago.
 Jean
Jean club
Whizzing along very purposefully. What's the hurry ? Sit on the bench and enjoy the sunshine. Like her shadow.
3 months ago.
John FitzGerald club has replied to Jean club
The train for Norwich was about to pull out, Jean. But yes, she would have probably been better off to get there early and bask on the bench.
3 months ago.
 William Sutherland
William Sutherland club
Marvelous shot! Stay well!

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3 months ago.
John FitzGerald club has replied to William Sutherland club
Thanks, William.
3 months ago.
 Esther
Esther club
She's in a rush.
3 months ago.
John FitzGerald club has replied to Esther club
The train was about to pull out, Esther.
3 months ago.
 J. Gafarot
J. Gafarot club
Lovely day in the park.
3 months ago.
John FitzGerald club has replied to J. Gafarot club
One of the advantages of this station, Jos´. There's a line from here to Harwich which is pleasingly rustic.
3 months ago.
 Ulrich John
Ulrich John club
Busy ! On the way to work !?
3 months ago.
John FitzGerald club has replied to Ulrich John club
She could be, Ulrich. There are a lot of commuters on this train.
3 months ago.
 tiabunna
tiabunna club
Faster, or you'll be in the photo!
3 months ago.
John FitzGerald club has replied to tiabunna club
What I hate, George, is people ducking to get out of your shot. I've thought about carrying a sign that says "please walk in front of me". They duck even when you're shooting upward at a 60-degree angle.
3 months ago.
 Joe, Son of the Rock
Joe, Son of the Rock club
Nice motion-blur shot.
3 months ago.
John FitzGerald club has replied to Joe, Son of the Rock club
Thanks, Joe.
2 months ago.
 Fred Fouarge
Fred Fouarge club
Sneltrein
2 months ago.
John FitzGerald club has replied to Fred Fouarge club
A fast passenger, anyway, Fred. A local train, though, or, as we say here, the milk run (from the trains that used to stop at each dairy farm to pick up milk).
2 months ago.
 Denis Croissant
Denis Croissant club
Love those maritime pines....
2 months ago.
John FitzGerald club has replied to Denis Croissant club
On the Norfolk coast I've seen them growing at 20° angles or more, Denis
2 months ago.

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