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Carl Mccall

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world war 2 barge

This is a photo of the tide lapping against an old wartime barge at the base of minster cliffs in Kent, UK. I took it whilst wondering around the cliffs collecting fossils and shark teeth on a nice summers day in 2006. any comments welcome, good or bad.

Comments 4

  • OLD No13 01/15/2014 9:17

    Well done , Stars sprangled banner - These Colors Don´t Run

    In 2014, the 70th anniversary of D-Day and the Battle of Normandy will be commemorated by many Allied Heads of State and hundreds of thousands of visitors from all over the world from June through till the end of August.The majority of Allied troops who landed on the D-Day beaches were from the United Kingdom, Canada and the USA. Allied Troops from many other countries participated in D-Day June 6,1944 and the Battle of Normandy, in all the different armed services: Australia, Belgium, Czechoslovakia, France, Greece, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway and Poland.Over 425,000 Allied and German troops were killed, wounded or went missing during the Battle of Normandy.

    We will remember them.

    Best regards
  • BRYAN CRUTE 02/10/2007 22:29

    Good picture Carl, the old tyre spoils it a bit but still a good shot.
  • Carl Mccall 02/10/2007 21:04

    Thankyou, I have only been taking photo's for a few months. I got very wet taking this as the tide was coming in fast.
  • Jo Gallagher 02/10/2007 20:59

    Nice capture, like the water,