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Kerry Nix

Lincolnshire Wolds based photographer Phillip Nix, has been capturing the beauty of the rolling hills, big skies and the county’s expansive coastline over the last 10 years. Phil embraced the digital revolution and is now fully equipped to take on-location based commissions, social, family occasions, country outdoor activities or commercial/corporate commissions. You can click on any photo to add FACEBOOK or TWITTER 'LIKES'. For those wishing to leave comments and give a star rating there is space below each photo. You can now purchase prints produced in the UK just click the 'buy or add to cart button Preview one of my UK supply sites here

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25/02/11 'Wrecked at the pub!' - Thank you for the lovely wishes and comments yesterday, what a great community! <br />
We had lunch (fish & chips) at the Pyewipe Inn, a couple of miles west from the edge of Lincoln. As we drove away, I spotted this old hull in the far corner of the car park and just had to investigate!  She is the 'Mary Gordon' <br />
After a brief 'google' I discovered -'The Mary Gordon electric river boat is the oldest electrically powered craft still in existence. Having been saved many times from destruction, she is now being restored, to carry passengers on Britain's oldest canal, the Fossdyke, in Lincoln.' Much more info @ - <a href="http://www.marygordon.org.uk">http://www.marygordon.org.uk</a><br />
More shots of here <a href="http://nixpix.me/Boats/All-things-Nautical/15978268_7Pfam#1198539579_TkU66">http://nixpix.me/Boats/All-things-Nautical/15978268_7Pfam#1198539579_TkU66</a>

25/02/11 'Wrecked at the pub!' - Thank you for the lovely wishes and comments yesterday, what a great community!
We had lunch (fish & chips) at the Pyewipe Inn, a couple of miles west from the edge of Lincoln. As we drove away, I spotted this old hull in the far corner of the car park and just had to investigate! She is the 'Mary Gordon'
After a brief 'google' I discovered -'The Mary Gordon electric river boat is the oldest electrically powered craft still in existence. Having been saved many times from destruction, she is now being restored, to carry passengers on Britain's oldest canal, the Fossdyke, in Lincoln.' Much more info @ - http://www.marygordon.org.uk
More shots of here http://nixpix.me/Boats/All-things-Nautical/15978268_7Pfam#1198539579_TkU66

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