Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2013/11/15

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Subject: [Leica] IMG: Lifeguards' Hut
From: hopsternew at (Geoff Hopkinson)
Date: Sat, 16 Nov 2013 08:14:50 +1000
References: <2796AD9E2D4347B0960E78D81BC14504@Family>

Neat graphic shot.
The beach should be worth visiting after a couple of millions years of wave
action produce some sand ;-)


On 16 November 2013 07:59, Douglas Barry <imra at> wrote:

> Lifeguards' hut on the beach at Bray overlooking the Irish Sea. The hut is
> craned in at the start of the summer and craned out at the end of it.
> Bray used to be a relatively safe beach, but the coastal reinforcements a
> few years ago have made it trickier sometimes when the wind changes. I used
> to swim all year round, but had a nasty experience in November '12 despite
> being a former triathlete and thus what might be called a strong swimmer.
> So now if the wind does its rare enough trick and blows from the
> north-east, swim in front of the lifeguards' hut: comely maidens will rush
> to your rescue if things go wrong.
> Fuji X100S. See LARGE
> Douglas
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