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St. Leonards

Obviously not a walking picture, but a cycling photo. Or more correctly tricycling photo. It would be a great commercial portrait just as it is, but there is more to it.  470 more words

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Please Cross where?

Somebody must know where this was taken…  

I have two walking pictures taken on this same spot but, try as I might, cannot work out the location.  120 more words

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Dear Grannie

This is a tiny walking picture, and two by three inches, just a frame cut out of a strip of three. I don’t know who the lady is, but she certainly has her hands full with two toddlers and I assume a baby in the very retro (to our eyes) looking pram.   114 more words

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Children

There’s no doubt that most of the walking pictures which survive are of grown-ups. Children do figure, usually accompanying their parents, and these three which came my way recently made me smile. 288 more words

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Gorleston Pier Gardens

This is a very run of the mill late Fifties walking picture, but I kind of like that the older couple are still walking out arm in arm somewhat in defiance of what we are told these days was the era of the teenager! 421 more words

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South Marine Drive

Although it is the walking pictures taken by seaside photographers which fascinate me, many of the staff were very good at taking still portraits in the street. 255 more words

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Deep in conversation

These two ladies are deep in conversation as they stroll along the main street at St. Annes On Sea. If they’d noticed the camera at all I’d be surprised! 155 more words

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