58. Four Landmasses

  • Posted Feb. 27, 2010 by Jon Laysell Viewed 4932 times
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Front: Leigh-on-Sea, Essex
Middle: Two Tree Island, Essex (basically a glorified mudflat used by bird watchers and the fliers of model aeroplanes)
Back: Canvey Island, Essex (where the young Jarvo grew up) [photoblog.com]
Far Distance: Kent.

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      2010.02.28 Edited

      let me see if I understood right, Essex consists of 3 landmasses and Kent is far away. :-)

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      2010.02.27 Edited

      Madflats of the world unite. You have nothing to lose except your birdwatchers. Seriously, you haven't told us what the waterways are which divide these landmasses. (And I always thought a landmass was huge, something like a continent....?)