Tag Archives: Thursday’s Windows
Saturday was beautiful and we drove through Torbay, stopping near Thatcher’s Rock to gaze at this view of Lyme Bay. The phone camera doesn’t do landscapes well but gives you the feel at least. Stretching across the sea are some … Continue reading
It’s Sandra’s last week for Thursdays windows and I’d like to thank her for hosting this lovely challenge My photo this week was taken in Tetbury Gloucestershire and is the pillared Market House built in 1655. Next week you will be … Continue reading
Aren’t they pretty? I love the tiny ones in the roof.
It was difficult to photograph these windows without standing in the middle of a busy road, so I had to be content with an awkward angle shot. Never mind they’re bright and cheerful! Sandra usually creates Thursday’s windows but I think … Continue reading
Even a Gingerbread House has windows! Merry Christmas Join in with Sandra’s Thursdays Windows here. And visit some gingerbread palace’s here http://wheresmybackpack.com/2012/12/21/gingerbread-house/
Thursday is Sandra’s Window Day! These are at Oldway Mansion, Paignton the former home of the Singer family – more about that later. Visit Sandra to join in with your window shots and to see more.
A double dose of windows, taken in the area near Salisbury cathedral last Saturday. There will be more windows to visit at Sandra’s place, go and see http://sandraconner.wordpress.com/2012/12/05/photo-challenge-thursdays-windows-week-12/
This moving window is a clothes shop in Exeter and I’ve only ever passed it when its closed at night. I expect that they have similar in their other branches so you may have seen the same look before. I … Continue reading
This week my photo is a mix of window, clock and turret! It’s the window under the Totnes Clock, at Eastgate. In 1990 it was rebuilt after a serious fire that virtually destroyed the arch and damaged surrounding buildings. The … Continue reading
Believe it or not vintage isn’t new!!! Totnes has been doing vintage forever, here’s how . . . Come and join in with Sandra’s Challenge, windows are fascinating!