Cuddington Building

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Comments (10)

Suzi in Oregon on March 13, 2011

An interesting hodge-podge of designing, dear Nick. This is a great series - I've enjoyed looking through them, as always! Enjoy the remainder of your weekend! Did you set your clocks ahead? Happy hugs (O:

Nick Weall on March 13, 2011

Suzi in Oregon, ~ I have a feeling that this building has recently been tarted up dearest LTM :) ~ As to time and clocks ~ I have not a clue as yet ~ I must check as I didn't realise we were meant to :)))) March Hare Hugs ~P

Angelabinu on March 13, 2011

Looks medieval to me...?

Nick Weall on March 13, 2011

Angelabinu, ~ Ah but then you couldn't see the builder's sign just out of shot :)) ~ But I'm sure that the basis of the building is quite old :)

Amelia Royan on March 15, 2011

The clock world springs forward on the Last Saturday/Sunday of March - every year, so maybe some of us will be up and about as early as you are during GMT dear Nick ;)))

This is a lovely view of mellowed timbers and old stonework. It all looks so warm and inviting, and I see that the polyanthus are out in your area now. We have a few primroses in the garden, but today it's misty and cool :)


joyfotos on March 15, 2011

Wonderful lighting! It makes the old building come to life, as it were! Like!

Nick Weall on March 15, 2011

joyfotos All the work of the sun Joy :))) Thanks for another like too :))

Amelia Royan ~ Wow I nearly missed your comment here LGM ~ sorry ~ and well observed too ~ as to clocks going forward ~ thank you kindly for your advice LGM ~ I'll still forget I expect, but then it hardly matters as you rightly point out :)) We had a very misty start but now there is a thin sun warming things up a little :)) x

Andy Rodker on March 11, 2012

Super building and shot. When I moved to north-west London home counties from South London many years ago, I was surprised to find 'this' Cuddington. The only other one I knew was the 'lost' village between Ewell and Cheam in Surry which was demolished to make way for Henry VIII's hunting lodge/palace - Nonsuch.

Best, Andy. Like

Nick Weall on March 11, 2012

Andy Rodker There are some lovely little villages hidden away around here Andy ~ I think I liked the church best in this village ~ I had never heard of your lost village either ~ Warm wishes ~ nick

Andy Rodker on March 11, 2012

Then I must go back and have a butcher's at your Cuddington church shots soon! Best, Andy

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    by Nick Weall
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