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Rye Harbour 2 - Impression.

Rye Harbour 2 - Impression.


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  • I can see how taking the struts ( not exactly the technical term) away would open up the's the true view of course, but maybe not what you're after. However, I'm actually looking over them to the far shore so they don't grate.

    Posted by Marjorie Firth on Fri 16 Mar 09:04:50
  • Clever! I think the struts of the fence mirror the masts and chimneys, taking the viewer up vertically through them to the horizon (if you know what I mean).

    Posted by Timothy Holmes on Fri 16 Mar 09:19:18
  • Wonderful as always Alan a lovely light and twinkle on the water. Looking at this, maybe a shorter landing pier ( not going so far into the water, keep about a third) then you could put in your boat if needed.

    Posted by Carole Swingler on Fri 16 Mar 09:21:03
  • A boat would be nice Alan.. it’s your bits of red I like, how to make a painting zing.

    Posted by SYLVIA EVANS on Fri 16 Mar 09:36:17
  • Love the little splashes of red!

    Posted by Linda Wilson on Fri 16 Mar 10:25:34
  • I think you are right Alan, but I think I would just take part of the pier out, to me it adds interest, but I'm no expert.

    Posted by Linda Drury on Fri 16 Mar 11:46:37
  • Like that a lot Alan. Nice work.

    Posted by Jim Morris on Fri 16 Mar 12:05:13
  • Good job.

    Posted by David H on Fri 16 Mar 12:09:23
  • Love this...i agree with Timothy, and all harbours need that gorgeous touch of red....and a boat...hmmm. I'm dying to see it when you've finished but absolutely great as it is!!

    Posted by Thalia Stones on Fri 16 Mar 13:10:37
  • Lovely work again. I would just take out a bit of the lower pier. Maybe a boat would be nice there but maybe not necessary. Love your little splashes of red.

    Posted by DOROTHY WILSON on Fri 16 Mar 14:23:05