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:
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
Looks medieval to me...?
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 :)
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 :)
Wonderful lighting! It makes the old building come to life, as it were! Like!
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
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
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
Then I must go back and have a butcher's at your Cuddington church shots soon!
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Photo taken in Cuddington, Buckinghamshire, UK
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