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The Monochromatic Mess of Creels…

The Monochromatic Mess of Creels - Richard Broom Photography
The Monochromatic Mess of Creels – Richard Broom Photography

4 Responses to “The Monochromatic Mess of Creels…”

  1. Sherry Felix

    I like your still life.
    I love nautical things. When I was 4-5 my mother took me on a few ocean voyages from the US to AU. A sailor on board nicknamed me Port. I thought you might appreciate the double meaning. – Sherry

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  2. Richard Broom Photography

    The meaning of the word Posh (port out, starboard home). The wealthier passengers got to travel on the breezier side of the boats in the days before air-conditioning came along. And yes, Sherry – a witty sailor! The paint cans just caught my eye. We’re still in lock-down in Scotland but I work at the harbour in Macduff at the weekend and so I go around photographing silly things. Cheers Port!!

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  3. Richard Broom Photography

    A pleasure. British slang. And then there is Cockney Rhyming Slang – even more confusing for non-Londoners (dog and bone = phone, apples and pears = stairs, north and south = mouth…..and there are so many more!)

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