1/500 f/4.0 28.0 mm ISO 200

OLYMPUS CORPORATION E-M1MarkII

Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 12-100mm f/4.0 IS Pro

EXIF - See more details

See also...

Solent & Spithead Solent & Spithead


Ipernity Addicts Ipernity Addicts


l'insolite l'insolite


★ Reflections ★ ★ Reflections ★


See more...

Keywords

HFF
West Sussex
Happy Fence Friday
mill stream
Keith Burton
Bosham


Authorizations, license

Visible by: Everyone
All rights reserved

147 visits

HFF

HFF
The Mill Stream at Bosham, West Sussex. King Canute's daughter is said to have drowned in this stream. Her remains are in the local church.

Happy Fence Friday to you all - I hope you enjoy the forthcoming weekend :-)

Rosalyn Hilborne, Special K, Diana Australis, Jörg and 19 other people have particularly liked this photo


28 comments - The latest ones
 Sami Serola
Sami Serola club
HFF! =)
12 months ago.
 Percy Schramm
Percy Schramm club
Beautiful picture and reflections - and an interesting history too. HFF, wish you a nice weekend, Keith !
12 months ago.
 Jaap van 't Veen
Jaap van 't Veen club
Lovely reflections Keith.
HFF and a nice weekend
12 months ago.
 Roger (Grisly)
Roger (Grisly) club
Fabulous reed fence to the left of this beautifully composed image Keith,
Like the reflections, the lovely light and the lichen on the old stone wall,
Wish you HFF and a wonderful weekend.
12 months ago.
 Herb Riddle
Herb Riddle club
Strings, swings and reflections, what more can we want Keith. Fabulous capture. Well done.

HFF, have a great weekend. Herb
12 months ago.
 neira-Dan
neira-Dan club
un drôle de pendule !!
12 months ago.
 Susanne Hoy
Susanne Hoy club
What a beautiful HFF! I like the reflection in the water.
12 months ago.
 Xata
Xata club
And someone must not be affraid of drowning and enjoys swinging there! HFF Keith
12 months ago.
 Tanja - Loughcrew
Tanja - Loughcrew club
HFF Keith...although the story isn´t that happy, I like the thought of playing kids in the summer...or did you....????? :)))
Have a wonderful weekend!
12 months ago.
Keith Burton club
has replied to Tanja - Loughcrew club
Thanks Tanja.............I did think about trying out the swing.............but then I realised that I'm fat and old, so I gave it a miss :-)))
12 months ago.
 Frode
Frode club
HFF and have a nice weekend.
12 months ago.
 Berny
Berny club
HFF and a great weekend, Keith!
12 months ago.
 Pilago
Pilago club
HFF! I wish you a good Friday and a very nice weekend!
12 months ago.
 Proxar
Proxar club
HFF :-)
12 months ago.
 Anton Cruz Carro
Anton Cruz Carro club
Very curious picture. Children play at risk without warning about the death of King Canuto's daughter. All the best, Anton.
12 months ago.
Keith Burton club
has replied to Anton Cruz Carro club
I don't this there's much risk nowadays Anton..............it's a popular place in the summer and the children are normally well supervised.

I can't say the same about the adults who have been drinking in the local pub - who often try (and fail) to use the swing as well..!!
12 months ago.
 ╰☆☆June☆☆╮
╰☆☆June☆☆╮ club
Well done ;-)
Have a great evening
12 months ago.
 LutzP
LutzP club
what a nice place, HFF Keith
12 months ago.
 Jean
Jean club
A lovely fence with a difference. Great light and reflections and a challenging looking swing,
12 months ago.
 trester88
trester88 club
Traurige Geschichte, aber die schöne Spiegelung und das Sonnenlicht stimmen uns fröhlich!
Einen verspäteten HFF, Keith, und ein schönes Wochenende!
12 months ago.
 John Lawrence
John Lawrence club
A good view with great reflections Keith,HFF and have a good weekend .
12 months ago.
 Keith Burton
Keith Burton club
Thanks to everyone for swinging in and passing comment. You're all very kind.
12 months ago.
 Ecobird
Ecobird club
Fabulous light and a charming scene Keith. I like the blue fence but prefer the more natural looking one along the water's edge. Great reflections and I'll bet that rope swing is a temptation to kids and 'big kids' alike. Belated HFF and have a good weekend
12 months ago.
Keith Burton club
has replied to Ecobird club
Thanks Carol...............it's a lovely place and very popular with families in the summer. There is a huge village green just to the right of this view and it's well used.

The rope swing gets used by children..............and sometimes the adults that have recently been in the pub! That always makes for interesting viewing :-)
12 months ago.
 Janet Brien
Janet Brien club
What a fun and interesting picture, Keith! Cool reflections, fun leading lines and super details all over the image. The tire swing pullllllllls at me! I do remember many happy days not on a tire swing but on a rope swing over the Russian River and taking off from the steep bank and then letting go to SPLASHHHHH!!!! into the water! Such fun!! Heh, the shallow water here would never work for a proper dunking! :) (My older brother learned a life-changing lesson about making sure the water is deep enough...one beginning summer day at the turn of June Scott and his friends put the rope swing up and Scott was the first to go... *sigh* He broke his leg so badly he was in a cast all summer long and it actually changed who he was...his lowered confidence and removal of the devil may care swagger was such a drag. :( He did recover of course but his leg ached in the winter time if I remember rightly.

Interesting to read about the drowning, that's very sad. :( It's still quite a super looking place though!

Thanks so much for your lavish compliments on my last couple of presentations. You always make me feel like a superstar. *peck on the cheek* Glad you appreciated the orchid pictures, that type really NEEDS two pictures per flower: one for the whole orchid and then a close-up to properly appreciate it. I'm really happy my Sony bridge camera handles close-ups very well too!

You wondered if my photography seemed more diverse this past year...heh...of course!! Travel photography means a much lower percentage of macro and it's been so nice to have the opportunity to spread my wings and take a wide scope of pictures. I would actually like to add astral and slow-shutter speed pictures too. Now that Steve and I will be spending a lot more time at each place we visit, we'll have the opportunity to fool around with time-consuming photography which requires a lot of thought, practice and understanding.

I know I go into more detail about the truck and trailer than perhaps people care about but I figure that some folks are interested and it's so cool that you are following along without falling asleep in your soup! :D Heh... and yes, the whole RV and truck ordeal IS a totally shocking money pit. In one way it's been a good thing. I've had to ok about a zillion purchases of this and that for the truck and trailer and finally I've become used to the fact that we need to spend the coin to make things right. Having a unbudging, white-fisted grip on the purse strings has been the source of many arguments and getting totally upset for days, so it's been very relieving to have finally relaxed about every nickel and dime pouring out of the house in a torrent.

Re: the comments on my latest pictures...*beam* I'm so glad you enjoyed the panorama of Lost Creek Lake! Panos can certainly give a really nice impression a big view like that. Your comment about the huge oak tree were great. When I was taking the picture I was pretty positive it was the same tree and hopefully the same angle as my previous picture and though it's a slight bit off in position, I was totally tickled to have collected both a "spring" and "fall" version of that magnificent, glorious tree. You just gotta love the beautiful shapes of trees...and you for one, know exactly what I mean about that--having seen so many of your beautiful tree pictures and remembering how you love them so. :) *high five to my big brother* :)

LOL, yay, you loved the maple "bats"! I just LOVE THEM! I spent about 20 minutes at least, just staring at these guys, looking at the light, moving this way and that to get different effects. In all I think I have four to share from the pictures I took. And, since you love these cool seeds as much as I do, here's more to share, and aren't they fun! :D FLY LITTLE GUYS, FLY!! :D
www.ipernity.com/search/photo?w=290645&q=maple+bat

And finally, thanks too for the comments about our campsite picture--gosh it was so nice to be there. I'll be sharing a picture taken just outside our coach there with this incredible dappled light through the trees...anyway, it was a wonderful place! It was a perfect place to give our RV a test run and it just ROCKED! :)

I hope you have a lovely rest of your weekend too, Keith, and do say hello to your wife for me--have her give you some proper hugs from me! :)
12 months ago.
Keith Burton club
has replied to Janet Brien club
Thanks for your generous and kind comments Janet and it's a pleasure to look at and comment on your photos and stories.

Just coming to the last of bit of the weekend - it's 5pm on Sunday here - not that it makes much difference to us retired folk. It's been pretty grey and gloomy so we haven't been out much.

I'll pass on your hello and other instructions to my wife :-))
12 months ago.
 Diana Australis
Diana Australis club
Belated HFF to this glorious scene, Keith. It is very lovely...the light, the ripples and reflections...and the tyre just waiting to be swung in!
Enjoy your week!
12 months ago.
Keith Burton club
has replied to Diana Australis club
Thanks for your lovely comments Diana.................much appreciated.

Have a good week yourself :-))
12 months ago.

Sign-in to write a comment.