Whitby, a day after the Olympics.

After watching, from our sofa, all that splendid Olympic energy – we went for a stroll.


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About Harry Nicholson

I'm an enameller who works with a kiln, fusing pictures in glass onto copper. I write a few poems and short stories. There is an eBook anthology of them, 'Green Linnet' on Amazon. Also a novel, 'Tom Fleck', set in the North of England of 1513 - the year of Flodden. A sequel to 'Tom Fleck' is 'The Black Caravel' published in 2016. My anthology of poems came out in 2015: 'Wandering About.' I've a blog of poems, stories and art at: https://1513fusion.wordpress.com/
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9 Responses to Whitby, a day after the Olympics.

  1. Your blog is one of my favourites and so I have mentioned it for a Versatile Blogger Award here
    http://charbonniers.org/2012/08/30

  2. We are a long way from your home, Olee. But if you ever are this way, please call on me.

  3. I love Whitby!! The east coast is glorious no matter what the weather, but you have captured a perfect day at the seaside here, weather and all!!

    I particularly like the picture of the boats with children in the foreground. That would make a great picture for a wall in a frame ) But they are all lovely, the donkey, the beach huts – everything. I feel as though I was there! 🙂

    Christine

  4. vivinfrance says:

    I like your six word Saturday!

  5. olee says:

    The pictures make me want to be there. Such lovely sight. And the one with the changing rooms (if that’s what they are) remind me of Mr. Bean’s day at the beach.

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