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Apr 06, 2017


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Tony Fagan

As always, loving your loose style and the way you handle light. I was in Dartmouth last summer so appreciate the subject matter. When I was there I was directed to particular shop with the words " go down here and turn left when you get to the boat float". I assume that "boat float" was a local term for the inner harbour? Looking forward to Dartmouth again this summer, and taking my paints with me...

Tim Wilmot

not sure about the Boat Float - it could be the inner harbour. I suppose the locals have funny names for things.

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