Wordless Wednesday AdvertisementRate this:Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related Posted on May 18, 2016May 16, 2016 Posted in History, PhotographyTagged Lanhydrock, Photography, Wordless Wednesday
11 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday”
A bit of graciousness and bygone ages beauty in the middle of the chaos of my household – twins and a student. Need I say more? You’re always a pleasure.
A Polish student? sounds fun, and it all keeps you young x:-)x
Ummm. With J I suspect it ages you faster. He’s so earnest. The twins are fascinated that dziadek goes to school. When they found out that his school doesn’t give him lunch, Maja saved half her park-bun for him and Jaś said in commiseration “You not got a kitchen?”
I enjoy the variety of your wonderful choices for Wordless Wednesday’s, Gilly.
Thanks Ruth, I enjoy keeping my eye open for just the right thing!
Oohh … wherever did you find this, Gilly? It is a spectacular piece!
It’s in the long gallery at Lanhydrock Cheryl!
You always capture the unusual. This is eye-catching. Is it in a museum? 😀 ❤
No, it’s in the NT property, Lanhydrock, that I posted the exterior photos of on Monday. You would love England Tess!
I believe you are right. A lot of architecture and history. Of course, the people make a visit extra special.