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The photographic competition only had ten entries visible, and no ribbons that I could see. They were all numbered, but I couldn't make out if those were rankings (one through ten?), or something to aid the project they had set up with the pencils and paper. A sign said, "Do you agree with the judges' choice? Vote for your favourite by putting the number of the photograph on the paper and putting the paper in the box." It would have been helpful to know what the judges' choice was. I guess the sign that says Berry Photographic Trophy is indicating the picture to the right of it (the sheds) is the winner - or is it the photo above the sign? Hm.

The sheds, in case you're wondering, are beach huts, which I'm told are quite common on beaches here, used for changing into your swimsuit (though I've heard an awful lot of people talk about changing on the beach itself, going to some creative lengths to preserve their modesty while doing so; why they never thought to simply change into their swimsuit before leaving the house, I don't understand). Wikipedia tells me these huts can also be used for safe storage of your belongings, and are sometimes equipped with facilities to brew a cup of tea, which the English can't go five minutes without consuming, I've discovered, so that makes some sense.

Bakewell Show, 4 Aug 2011

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