Today’s treasure: I’ve been cooped up in the house for far too long. Taking a picture for this week’s photo challenge made me feel like a maiden trapped in a tower awaiting her knight in shining armour. Now, we all know that’s not going to happen any time soon, so… I decided to go out for a walk instead. Two hours later I finally discovered this: a window. Although, after taking the pic I began to wonder whether it counts as a widow or perhaps… is it more of a transparent wall?
Looks more like a transparent wall
🙂 I’m beginning to think so too.
Yet it has the very essence of a window – the beauty of a view.
The view of that window is the village green, where cricket is played on sundays and stunning sunsets warm the horizon. 🙂
It sounds lovely…over here we don’t have village greens. In fact, we don’t have much green at all – more a leeched grey-green (that has its own parched beauty). 🙂
Leeched grey-green: you’ve actually managed to make it intriguing and now I have a mind to visit 🙂 Thank you, Lee-Anne.
The photo is beautiful Vic, well done ! xx
Thank you, Lala 🙂
Such a beautiful window~ to a lovely home! Looks dreamy, Vic! 🙂
That is one very lucky owner 🙂 Thank you, love o’clock.
If the glass is adequately insulated “wall:. If not, window, probably cold, haha.
A very interesting way to decide, but I am quite sure that it had to be insulated well, otherwise it would have gone against building regulations – the UK are quite strict on those.
Yes… Do you know how many homes I have inspected for property claims that were knowingly not built to code, have unpermitted add-ons etc? LoL.
I’m sure that house is quite well built though. I assume at least double paned if not triple. But still not as effecient as a wall, haha. Their heating bill must be a bit high, even relatively.
We are supposedly quite strict as well. As strict as can be with a country of rebels about. 😉
Who was the little actress in Austin Powers? at the table, when he says $1 million dollars and they all laugh?
Something like her for Ratta maybe, haha.
PS: Austen Powers borrowed Ratta sounds like a good idea 🙂
Looks like windows to me. Nice photo 🙂
It must be one of the largest windows I have come across in this part of England. Thank you 🙂
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I love that house … all those windows. That would be my dream house.
It is wonderfully situated too. I wouldn’t say no to living there either. Thank you, Erik.
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