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A Stroll around my Neighbourhood

Did you know?
I have a famous neighbour?
Though she's not actually alive now,
least, not on this plane!

We often go round by my neighbour's house,
it's just over the hedge from my back garden.
One of the things my neighbour's house 
is famous for is it's windows.
When the house was built late 16th century,
windows and glass were a luxury,
in fact you might say 
they were as valuable as gold!
Golden Windows!
Today we had a leisurely stroll
through our neighbour's garden
it was beautiful, 
as the golden evening sun 
hit the ice water on one of the 
seven ponds.


Next Sunday I'll show the entrance to our neighbour's house.



Comments

rebecca said…
stumbling on ecstasy...right in your own back yard!!!

thanks for sharing your gifted eye.
your walk,
your pondering.

xxoxoxoxoxox,
rebecca
Carola Bartz said…
These photos are SO beautiful. The colors are stunning and create a very special atmosphere. Gorgeous.
Charlotte said…
I love the sunlight reflecting on the windows of the neighbour's home, they're like jewels.

xxx
Kimberly June said…
These last shots of the reflecting water are gorgeous!

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