This month Becky (the Queen of Squares) has challenged us to find lines. In Squares naturally. That is the only proper ‘rule’. I have been dipping into the archives for this one, as well as finding local lines.
“a line of Beach Huts – Herne Bay”
Herne Bay is a seaside town in Kent, South East England, with a population of 38,563. On the south coast of the Thames Estuary, it is 6 miles north of Canterbury and 4 miles east of Whitstable. It neighbours the ancient villages of Herne and Reculver and is part of the City of Canterbury local government district. Wikipedia
October Squares | Day Two
19 thoughts on “October Squares | Day Two”
Beach huts and a pier, in a British seaside town. It doesn’t get much better than that for me. 🙂
Best wishes, Pete.
You should be living by the coast Pete!
I love beach huts, and Kent has so many – one of the best things about living there. Whitstable used to be a favourite resort when we lived in Rochester.
Yes there are a lot at Whistable. I spent quite a while photographing the different styles and colours.
Gorgeous photo, love all the colour. I am due for a British trip!!!!
Best wait until it is a bit warmer 😉
When I first saw your picture I thought it was in Newfoundland, Canada until I read down further. I just love all those colours.
I’ve always fancied owning a beach hut!
These are especially nice colours as well as the lines!
I cannot resist a beach hut!
Love the lines, love the colour!
I like how the pointy beach hut roofs echo the roofs along the pier in the distance.
I’m sure that was deliberate 😂
I love these coloured huts! They make me think of giant heads of colouring pencils stacked side-by-side.
I get that!
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