Tuesday, 13 April 2010

Where's That Then? No 20

I thought I'd try something different for this week's puzzle picture. Instead of rummaging through dusty books for old photographs, I thought for this 20th in the series (please tell me if you're fed up with it and I'll think of something else) I'd get you guessing where I was yesterday afternoon. Clue: unless I'd got a handy rowing boat, I was sixteen miles away from a pint in the Rose & Crown.

18 comments:

Majorwheels said...

Walberswick, looking across towards Southwold? - a pure guess based on looking at the map!

ChrisP said...

Err...the building marked 'Nottage Maritime Institute' is a bit of a giveaway. That fine museum is in Wivenhoe.

ChrisP said...

....which means, I suppose, that you were at the ferry hard in Fingringhoe.

Peter Ashley said...

Oh Chris P, you know your Essex! I wondered if there was a giveaway clue, but only saw the poster that had half peeled off the wall, so that it said '...hoe'. I was indeed on the Fingringhoe shore, which I love. Well spotted.

Wartime Housewife said...

Is that anywhere near Basildon?

Peter Ashley said...

Not really W.H. Nor is it near Harlow, Brentwood or Billericay Dickie. But I expect you know that.

And Chris P: Not exactly on the ferry hard, but squelching in Unmitigated Mud.

E J Moore said...

Why not swim across? Should work up a thirst, assuming you survive. I'm not sick of the Where's That Thens at all, keep them up.

Peter Ashley said...

Thankyou E.J. Swimming across did occur, and as the tide on the Colne was at its lowest I did consider a paddle. My main worry (myself and water always involves people running along a bank with a lifebelt) was being sucked down into the ooze, my cries going unheard by those already drinking outside the pub.

Phil said...

I think I can read the word Wivenhoe on the stern of one of those boats.....

Peter Ashley said...

Oh no, I think you're right Phil. I promise to work harder on the next one.

Diplomate said...

oh yes - vefry clever - 16 miles and all that.

I'm quite happy with these "modern" or current images. Having only just got used to colour photography myself,I wonder weather you might try the monochrome button on your image maker - or - "remove" the colour via photoshop. I'd have got it straight away then.

Peter Ashley said...

Of course, Diplo. Comin' up.

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