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photoblog image Bakewell  Museum 3/7

Bakewell Museum 3/7

The kitchen of the museum has been retained and portrayed as a Victorian mill worker’s cottage, complete with a fine kitchen range. Whilst photographing that I found this image of bottles and pottery in the window slightly more interesting.

Bakewell Museum 3/7

The kitchen of the museum has been retained and portrayed as a Victorian mill worker’s cottage, complete with a fine kitchen range. Whilst photographing that I found this image of bottles and pottery in the window slightly more interesting.

comments (19)

I really love this image, Brian!
Brian Walbey: Thanks Elizabeth. BTW I love the story about the man and his shirt smile
the window and the bottles and pottery are very nice Brian... but it's a shame that they have to put bars on this deep window to protect the kitchen....petersmile
Brian Walbey: Yes a nice collection of stuff, but the bars are sadly a sign of the times.
  • Ray
  • United States
  • 27 Jan 2016, 05:16
Old-style glass bottles are always good subjects, aren't they, Brian.
Brian Walbey: I think these must have been arranged especially for people with cameras smile
  • Chris
  • England
  • 27 Jan 2016, 06:43
Once commonplace items illustrated beautifully Brian. No doubt you will be entering this in a competition
Brian Walbey: Thanks Chris. If a suitable competition came up I might think about entering, but the bars on the window rather spoil it.
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 27 Jan 2016, 06:56
This kind of still life always makes for excellent pictures.
Brian Walbey: Yes I enjoy doing this sort of thing if I come across anything.
I'm a huge glutton for bottles like this on window sills, Brian. How did you know??? smile
Brian Walbey: I've seen you do window shots before. There's another coming up on Friday, and one on Sunday if you get a minute to look in.
A wonderful collection Brian!
Brian Walbey: A real mix of interesting items.
  • Richard Trim
  • Suffolk: where the sun rises first in England
  • 27 Jan 2016, 07:46
I would have taken this shot if I had been there.
Brian Walbey: I take that as a compliment Richard.
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 27 Jan 2016, 08:18
The glass is so pretty, Brian - to think our ancestors used to throw these away
Brian Walbey: I guess to them it was everyday stuff as some things are to us in our time.
I would love some deep set window sills like that.
Brian Walbey: Yes a nice sill to put stuff on, that is one thing we like about our new bow window, we can tidily keep some of our favourite bits and pieces on it.
I like bottles and glassware that catch the light, Brian, nice shot,well seen.
Brian Walbey: Yes so do I, thanks Frank.
I like the luminosity and colours through the bottles Brian.
Brian Walbey: The light was just right, both inside and outside.
some fine examples of blow moulded glassware, Brian
Brian Walbey: Some of them will be quite old Ayush.
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 27 Jan 2016, 15:43
Those old bottles with the embossed lettering can be worth quite a lot of money, I believe. They look good backlit like this.
Brian Walbey: Yes I believe they can Alan. Shame they have to have bars at the window though.
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 27 Jan 2016, 17:08
This is a collection of bottles and well captured. This is a wonderful picture.
Brian Walbey: Thanks very much Astrid.
Great shot, Brian!
Brian Walbey: Thanks Tom.
I always enjoy taking and seeing pictures like this Brian
Brian Walbey: yes so do I but they don't usually come out as well as this one.
Yes they make a fine group
Brian Walbey: Nice collection isn't it.
  • Bonnie
  • United States
  • 29 Jan 2016, 21:47
Well composed!

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