Category Archives: Doorways

Knitting, sewing, gluing, painting, planting, constructing… ‘stuff’

I note, with shame, that a whole month has passed with ne’er a squeak from me on this blog. Blame the summer weather, friends and family, and various projects which have kept me busy. Right now I am surrounded with … Continue reading

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Not a chess term – just a few lovely days checking out Welsh castles.  Here is a taster or two…   OK, so Hay on Wye is a bit of a cheat – but it has been jumping in and … Continue reading

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In the eye of the beholder

So, last post captured the odd, the droll and the bizarre – now it’s the turn of the artistic, beautiful and memorable: A nautical connection for the first 4 pictures. Then on into the garden: Pictures which, for me, capture … Continue reading

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Four more to enjoy

Here are some more delights for your delectation – as OV and I spend part of today examining our ash trees for ‘ash die back disease’ 😦 ‘ And, just in case you are in any doubt, yes, I love … Continue reading

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‘A door, as if from the world of men’

Well, I promised some more doorways, so here they are. Go through them in your imagination – where will you find yourself? More when I can find them!

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There is something very special about views framed by a doorway – particularly when the sunlight creates such a contrast with the shadows within the building. I am loving this stolen time in the French countryside. The weather is fickle, … Continue reading

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