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Tamworth Windows

Similar to a shot of Chad's a few weeks ago, I haven't copied his idea because this had already been posted, I'm sure he wouldn't mind anyway.

I had a trip to Tamworth with a friend recently and came across this nice group of windows above the entrance doors to the Assembly Rooms.

Once again I will take the opportunity to wish you all a good weekend, but if you are looking in I am posting two further shots from my recent Grantham trip tomorrow and Sunday.

This is a copy taken from Chris's idea and this is our old bench which sits on our front garden behind the hedge.  It is well past its sell by date but we don't want to get rid of it but are too lazy to even give it a coat of stainer.

 

Tamworth Windows

Similar to a shot of Chad's a few weeks ago, I haven't copied his idea because this had already been posted, I'm sure he wouldn't mind anyway.

I had a trip to Tamworth with a friend recently and came across this nice group of windows above the entrance doors to the Assembly Rooms.

Once again I will take the opportunity to wish you all a good weekend, but if you are looking in I am posting two further shots from my recent Grantham trip tomorrow and Sunday.

This is a copy taken from Chris's idea and this is our old bench which sits on our front garden behind the hedge.  It is well past its sell by date but we don't want to get rid of it but are too lazy to even give it a coat of stainer.

 

comments (7)

This has to be a perfect composition. Everything is central, and even the titling has been done for you. Love the windows.

About the bench - go on, give it a coat of stain or paint. You'll feel much better for it, you know you will. Looking forward to seeing the before and after shots! LOL
Brian Walbey: Thanks Sheila. I suppose we ought to stain the bench but the wood is so old it is crumbling away, I promise to show it if we do it up, but I might give regular updates now and then smile
  • Chris
  • England
  • 10 Jul 2009, 09:22
Lovely solid windows Brian: a joy to look at.

I hay have started a bench trend!
Brian Walbey: Thanks Chris, we are members 1 and 2 of the Shutterchance Benching Society (and I did say benching, not what you thought I said) :-D
A beautiful trio here Brian. I like the perfect symmetry!
Brian Walbey: Thanks very much Richard.
  • Tracy
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 10 Jul 2009, 14:25
The bench rules LOL. Nice shot of the windows Brian. Have a good weekend.
Brian Walbey: Thanks very much Tracy, I hope you have a good weekend also.
I'm sure we shall see a lot more of the benches in the future Brian. I think it has stolen your posting. Nice windows by the way.
Brian Walbey: Thanks very much Ron. I promise not to feature my bench as much as certain others do!
  • Alan Rolfe
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 10 Jul 2009, 21:10
LOL.. these old benches appear to be catching! I may post a picture of my tatty old lounge settee! In the meantime, I can enjoy your image of the Assembly Rooms. I like the composition here.
Brian Walbey: Thanks for your comment Alan, your tatty settee might match our tatty settee, we are desperately in need of a new one smile
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 10 Jul 2009, 22:27
Your posting is not a copy of Chad's idea- I like the row of tall windows and the elegant balustrade- we see three-and four-companies! (I have to google where Tamworth is situated)- Your garden bench cannot be compared with Chris' one, it is in a quite better state and can be used by two or three adult persons without any danger to break down!
Sadly, I didn't understand your wordplay: bench- benching! (is there a verb to bench?)
Brian Walbey: Thanks for your comment Philine. Re benching I was being a little bit rude, which no doubt Chris would have understood, as benching rhymes with wenching, or, shall we say, enjoy the company of ladies.

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