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25th Jun 2004, 13:33  

Rich says:

That's gorgeous, that is. Looks like a painting! (it is real, right)

25th Jun 2004, 13:38

Alfie says:

Wow! A warming shot from you, this has got to be a first!

25th Jun 2004, 14:24

Amber says:

I can see the second one!


So beautiful it hurts.

25th Jun 2004, 14:57

Rich says:

Wouldn't be too hasty, the brown stuff is probably poo.

25th Jun 2004, 15:15

nad (null-at-invalid-dot-name) says:

Is that Leigh, Warren?

25th Jun 2004, 16:42

Warren Ellis says:

Down at Old Leigh, yeah. By the old Peter Boat and the Osborne cockle stand, if you know the area.

25th Jun 2004, 17:27

Warren Ellis says:

Oh, it's real. You could actually see the rainbow's end touching the water.

Went down there to shoot some images for the SENT futurephone show in LA next month -- if you don't know what I'm talking about...

25th Jun 2004, 17:29

Alfie says:

Its a great thing its going ahead, Weird Al is one guy Id like to see moblogging

25th Jun 2004, 17:38

nad (null-at-invalid-dot-name) says:

Grew up in the area, spent many an evening outside the Crooked BIllet, perfect place for a summer nights drinking.

That pic brings back some nice memories :)

25th Jun 2004, 17:52

Warren Ellis says:

Yeah, we used to slump outside the Peter Boat, because the parking was better back then. Blew entire summers down there, I'm sure...

25th Jun 2004, 18:04

matthewjent says:

I like the boat most of all.

25th Jun 2004, 23:11

blowsaidjulian says:

That's not England - there's sand!!!!

You only have pebbles and deckchairs and pasty white men with man boobs and knotted hankies on their heads.

8th Jun 2008, 16:51

thedude says:

good picture, loves skys like that.

8th Jun 2008, 16:53