Hythe, overlooking Southampton Water

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    aikithereska, El Blamchez, danahh, and 16 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Johnny ©ontax [deleted] 69 months ago | reply


    2. formica [deleted] 69 months ago | reply


    3. Gustavo Merino 69 months ago | reply

      this is a exceelent shot, I like the coulurs and compo.
      Great job

    4. El Blamchez 69 months ago | reply

      This is incredible!

    5. eyetwist 69 months ago | reply

      very nice.

      Seen in my contacts' photos. (?)

    6. iambrettprice 69 months ago | reply

      so very awesome. great composition and tones.

    7. The Image Den 69 months ago | reply

      As soon as I saw the barbers shop cone knew where this was. As you probably know, I'm not a great fan of the whole 'Holga' thing but this is a good one.

    8. fitzhughfella 69 months ago | reply

      thanks all

      dennypoos, yea I remember your Holga antipathy but this is a pinhole (albeit taken with a Holga) so its a bit of plastic which could have neen a match box or a tin can. Anyway thanks for stopping by, I keep teturning to this little spot in Hythe - its like a magnet.

    9. Hythe Eye 69 months ago | reply

      Great photo - love the way the clearness is on the planks...
      This GREAT shot was.....

      Spied in Hythe, Hampshire.

    10. kycamlewis 69 months ago | reply

      That is bloomin' excellent, composition colour everything. Love it. Havent come up with anything like that from my zero!

    11. Jarellan [deleted] 69 months ago | reply

      Ooohhh... great.

    12. ellaapgale 69 months ago | reply

      How did you get your holga to do a pinhole? Great photo by the way. And where is Hythe?

    13. fitzhughfella 69 months ago | reply

      Thanks for all your comments. The Holga 120WPC is a purpose built pinhole camera - I'll find a linkof a review in a moment. Very much worth getting imo.

      Hythe is a little village on Southampton Water that can be reached either via ferry from Southampton (about 15 minute ride) or driving about 20 mins from Winchester - down the M3, one stop down the M27 going west and then a couple of miles from there. It boasts an incredible old pier with a train that flits from the end (where the ferry drops you off) and the beginning which is near the village. Well worth a visit!!!

      Here is a link to a previous shot of mine of the pier with a bit more info -

    14. Hythe Eye 69 months ago | reply

      Have a look here guys as to what Hythe has to offer...

    15. ellaapgale 69 months ago | reply

      Ah, thanks guys. I'll have to head out that way and explore!

    16. *Layums 68 months ago | reply

      great leading lines, good find!

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