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Deal pier, Kent

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Thanks to everyone who shared some see or sea last week.
Special thanks go to Janet for a brilliant combination of see and sea; to Brian for reflecting my image in his; and, to Caryl her beautiful images.


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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 15 May 2022

Posted as part of  One Word Sunday

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  2. I like the angle you used for the photo, Debbie, and those little bumped out areas (the better to see?) are fun. I have one of each sort of pier/peer today although I couldn’t figure out any way to combine both in one photo as I did last week. Speaking of that, thanks for the special mention. Much appreciated.




  3. I tried really hard to find a photo with insects stacked on top of each for this but it’s too early in the year. I’ll keep it in mind when the bugs are out again.
    So here is my peer picture:


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