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Tenby Photograph - Tenby Harbour In Summer 2 by Steve Purnell

Tenby Harbour In Summer 2 is a photograph by Steve Purnell which was uploaded on August 8th, 2012.

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This is wonderful, Steve! What great colors and definition! L/F FB

Steve Purnell replied:

Many thanks Kellice

Just beautiful! Great capture of this town, shows so much character!

Steve Purnell replied:

Thank you Debbie. Yes it is full of character.

Would like to visit this beautiful place in real Steve..! Meanwhile, your pictures make me dream and travel..^_^

Steve Purnell replied:

It's a great place Barbara and there is loads of it that I haven't shot. Thanks for your comments.

This town looks to be magical

Steve Purnell replied:

It is a great place Sally. Thanks.

WOW, so demensional! Beautiful!/v

Steve Purnell replied:

Thank you Diana

Beautifully coloured buildings. Very tranquil spot

Steve Purnell replied:

Thank you Jo-Anne

Nice shot, very soothing color. v

Steve Purnell replied:

Thank you Phyllis.

Very nice and colorful, good details. v.

Steve Purnell replied:

Thank you Peter.

interesting... so many buildings with so many interesting colors! voted and f

Steve Purnell replied:

Thank you Mukta. Legend has it that they were fishermen's houses and they painted them in different colour so that they could recognise them as they sailed back to port.

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