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photoblog image STRUCTURE WITH HISTORY

STRUCTURE WITH HISTORY

STRUCTURE WITH HISTORY



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not a whole lot of windows, Chris? makes this a structure with a bit of mystery.
Chris: It has obviously been altered a lot during its long life
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 18 Sep 2016, 05:19
It is a very fine weekend cottage, Chris...you and best gal will not get a lot of distractions...
Chris: We would not be looking out of the windows, not that there are too many of those..
  • Richard Trim
  • Suffolk: where the sun rises first in England
  • 18 Sep 2016, 07:13
Hmmm ... A very pretentious title for an 'Old House'
Chris: Don't you think the PROTRUSION looks faintly chapel-like?
This looks familiar. Where is it?


Nice mudwork by the way
Chris: Bradford on Avon

Especially selected mud
I like that you can see the covered up doorway that once was.
Chris: A little clue to its past Mary
Looking at the window in the end wall it is very church like in appearance so I guess that part was once a chapel of some sort. Whatever, it is a fine building.
Chris: That is what it suggests to me Brian
History in every stone, Chris.
Chris: Very much so Tom
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 18 Sep 2016, 21:06
Such wonderful stonework. I guess they had more access to stone than they did to either a window cleaner or to a curtain supplier.
Chris: The area is or rather was full of stone mines & quarries
Sepia is a good choice...

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