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Friday, 11 February 2011

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Dave Winter

Andrew,
For a new logo how about,
An angler with bent fishing rod catching a fish with a narrowboat coming into view located under the arch of the rod,all in silhouette.Easy to print in B&W.
One for you to try out.

David Owen-Roberts

Reedmace Andrew, Reedmace.
The common misconception that these plants are bullrushes derives from a Victorian painting of "Moses in the bullrushes" which showed reedmace rather than bullrushes!

Andrew

Halfie, I've made corrections, thanks for spotting it.

Halfie

Oh, and there seem to be a few words missing (above the mooring sign photo).

Halfie

More annoying about the mooring symbol is that it looks like it's a crossed-out bollard, implying "no mooring". Much better would be a simple bollard symbol with no rope.

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