Lingering Look at Windows: Village miscellany

Thought it was time I posted some windows, it’s been a while. Over at her blog The Day After, Dawn is on Week 27 of her Lingering Look at Windows challenge.

Here are some windows I snapped on my way to The Hellfire Caves in West Wycombe, Buckinghamshire.

Apologies to the owner of the building in the first three shots, I did enhance the structure in these images as I liked the effect:

Teal door and window

Teal door and window

Cane and Rush restoration

Cane and Rush restoration

Bricked up

Bricked up

Street scene

Street scene

Vibrant

Vibrant

Chapel House

Chapel House

Take a trip over to Dawn’s blog here for more windows.

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22 comments

  1. A pretty place. I’m left wondering about the Hellfire Caves though…

    • It’s a curious place…. But I shall be back, one of my friends now lives not too far away. As for the Hellfire Caves, I’ve known of them for years, but never been until Monday. They aren’t real caves, but quarter of a mile of man made tunnels into the hillside, built in the 18th century and used for a very short period by the Hellfire Club, hence the name. Very touristy….

  2. Great series of windows, Sue. There’s something about the Cane & Rush that keeps drawing me back. I also like bricked up and have to wonder why they did that.

  3. Suzanne

    Interesting photos. I wonder how much work a cane and rush restorer gets these days. 🙂

  4. poppytump

    Ah your Cane and Rush window got me thinking Sue – haven’t we all had one of those sorts of cane seated chairs at one time or other !
    I came to the conclusion … attractive but never very comfortable, and always eyed at with suspicion by visiting guests 😀
    Love the teal paintwork of course – a favourite 🙂

    • I’m on your page regarding cane chairs! And glad you like the teal paintwork in these images, it’s part of the attraction of these windows for me.

  5. Jude asks the best questions! Saves me the trouble, Sue 🙂

  6. These are wonderful.. Where is this, England?

  7. There is something so very British about these houses and windows. Such picturesque images! My favourite one has to be the bricked up, but I love them all.

  8. Everything ok, Sue? No posts this week. You didn’t mention that you were away? 🙂

    • Hi Jo no, I haven’t been away, I’ve been completely preoccupied with the Wahl’s protocol, a diet developed by an American Medic who suffers from MS…been doing it for a week and I am already noticing improvements…however it’s early days so I’m not going to get overexcited

  9. Awesome windows, great comments! Good luck with the lifestyle change.

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