Tuesday, 14 September 2010

4 polaroids and a snapshot.

Last bank holiday we spent a couple of lovely hours in Whitstable. By the time we were ready for food, there wasn't a table for two in any of the great places to eat, so we scoured the local shops to pick up figs, cheeses, bread and a two person bottle of refreshing Kent Cider.
All around the beach front and restaurants there are huge boxes of oyster shells pilled high ready for recycling, although a main attraction of the area I like to look but not eat so alas, no oysters for us.

8 comments:

P U R P L E - D E E R said...

(Sigh) How I love coastal towns.

Philippa said...

*sigh* Whitstable is probably just about one of my very favoritist places on earth. My Husband and I have spent many, many happy days there pipe dreaming a way to buy ourselves a little seaside get away there.

I really truly think Whitstable is the only real thing I miss now that we have moved north.

Emma Bradshaw said...

ah ha - whats this then Jeska? are you joining us in the world of polaroid obsession? emma ;0)

bronwyn said...

Sounds perfect. The polaroid of the pink building is beautiful.

kirsty said...

We used to live in Whitstable, but like you, never fancied the oysters (like snot, apparently!)

'odd and old' Linda Dacey said...

Give me an Oyster or 12 anyday! Nearly moved to Whitstable a while back but ended up in Northern France instead where 'Mussels' are the thing yum yum. Whitstable well worth a visit quaint, and charming like your shots..;

Kaylovesvintage said...

love whistable ,long walks on the beach

Gstar said...

Very inspiring! :)

Anyone know where I can get poloroid film from? As far as I know they stopped making them :( but people seem to manage to get it. I have an old poloroid camera but I've never used it before... I think it's time I did.