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  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 28 Jan 2015, 01:37
She has lovely red hair, Chris.

Oh...the ferry....
Chris: I loved the colour aspects, all over the place, in this shot Ray
Very pretty shot, Chris! The colored houses remind me of La Cinque Terre in Italy!
Chris: I will Google this location to take a look
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 28 Jan 2015, 04:57
What a great view, wonderful. I remember these houses. A great place to live.
So much to see in this picture.
Chris: Lovely isn't it Astrid. I was near there yesterday and even in winter it looks good
  • Lisl
  • Batheaston
  • 28 Jan 2015, 06:06
I think this terracing, old and new, is very attractive, Chris
Chris: Thank you Lisl: I think I could happily live here
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 28 Jan 2015, 06:17
I remember these modern houses - we are in Bristol?
Chris: Indeed so Philine, a charming part of the city
Having seen these with my own eyes, Chris, I can attest to their never-ending charm. (I'm talking about the houses of course, and not the young lady.)
Chris: Of course Ginnie..
A very colourful scene Tiffo. They have tried to make the houses look more jolly
Chris: It's a Bristol thing which works very well
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 28 Jan 2015, 08:04
Her name is Ferry? I think she has an eye for you.

Interesting variations on house rows opposite.
Chris: She has been warned about people like me perhaps Louis..
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 28 Jan 2015, 08:22
Lots to enjoy in this. I like theway the colours in the new terrace of houses almost match those of the older houyses behind. We had a lecture on monday about Bristol being the first "Smart City" in the UK - all to do with the interconenctivity of elctronic services. I think they are still trying to find a practical application for it.
Chris: Blimey - first smart city eh!
  • gutteridge
  • Where latitude and attitude meet
  • 28 Jan 2015, 08:30
Bristol is colourful, as well as green Tiff.
Chris: If ever I'm feeling blue I go there to feel in the pink Chad
Lovely shot - makes it hard to believe it is Bristol.
Chris: A graphic example of how this once grey & dingy place has changed over the years Mike
Lovely picture of the harbour and backdrop. The colourful houses add a lot to the picture but like a lot of Bristol, parking is a nightmare in that area.
Chris: Agreed Suzanne, I tend to use the train to overcome that problem
A hilly city. I have lived in one and you certainly stay fit.
Chris: Yes indeed but Bath is hillier
the houses on the other bank must have a nice view, Chris
Chris: Thank you Ayush
  • Richard T
  • Suffolk: where the sun rises first in England
  • 28 Jan 2015, 12:11
What a lovely ferry ... Bristol I assume?
Chris: Yes Comrade it is that fair place
I actually can't make my mind up about those ranks of coloured houses, an unbuilt on green hillside would look much nicer.
Chris: All a matter of opinion isn't it Brian
Good capture, The RX100 series has a good reputation and the shots look pleasing.
Chris: This camera is a joy John, it has a 1.8 lens, although I rarely use it at that aperture
I love this image Chris... this reminds me of the children program "Balamory"
Chris: It has a slightly toytown-type effect doesn't it Ronky
I would love to be the owner of that large house right on top of the hill, Chris. Bet it would cost a small fortune to purchase, though.
Chris: I'm sure it would be expensive Bev
  • Anne
  • United Kingdom
  • 28 Jan 2015, 18:54
Those colourful houses have the look of Balamory
Chris: Wonderful how the application of colour can enliven a place isn't it Anne
  • Robbyne
  • United States
  • 30 Jan 2015, 03:26
Wow..look at all that color in those buildings! Well captured

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