Window Wednesday — Tarn

Window Wednesday used to be a pretty regular thing around these parts.  And then it drifted off which always made me a bit sad if I am honest.  So with a new vision and determination to write regularly I am bringing it back as often as I can.  If you don’t know, I love windows. 

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Window Wednesday — The Wiltshire Window

It has been a while since I posted a Window Wednesday because, well because of all sorts.   But bought Betty the Bus recently we managed to sneak off for the weekend to a campsite not too far away but to a town we hadn’t visited before:  Devizes.   Just an hour and half a way it

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Window Wednesday — Hillier Gardens

Feels like ages since I have done a Window Wednesday.  The weather hasn’t really been conducive to photographing buildings and that small matter of Christmas has also begun to get in the way.   Today though was different.  And although the trip was brief it was great to get out with a camera and to meet

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Window Wednesday — Brownsea Island

Despite being members of the National Trust for about twenty years we had no idea they owned Brownsea Island, just off Poole in Dorset.   We also didn’t know that you could get the ferry over to visit for the day. Or an hour Which is all the time we could spend there recently.  Because we

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Window Wednesday — Bladon Church

When I started my Window Wednesday posts it was because I have always loved how windows can frame a shot.  You can look through the window and see it perfectly  frame the vista beyond.  Or an arrangement of objects just in front of them, flooded by the window’s natural light.  It is rare then that

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Window Wednesday — Venice

This is a first for me, featuring a photo on Window Wednesday that not only I didn’t take, but that I also wasn’t even nearby when it was being taken. The above pic was taken by my youngest, Ellie in Venice earlier this week.     Her first trip abroad without one of us, or a

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Window Wednesday — Hughenden Manor

With the gorgeous weather this weekend we decided to make the most of it (and our National Trust membership) and head to a property we haven’t been to before: Hughenden Manor in Buckinghamshire.   Not only is the house steeped in political history due to it being the home of former British Prime Minister, Benjamin

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Window Wednesday — Highcliffe Castle

The first clue we had were the ladies “of a certain age” occupying ever bench in the grounds.  It wouldn’t have surprised me if they had a picnic and a Thermos hidden in their bags too because they certainly looked like this was a regular occurrence for them.  Certainly in the summer, anyway.   4pm

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