To bring photos from my minds eye - to the public through the lens of my Nikon D90 ∧ D80
excellent shot from Old times. I think it was difficult but in a way beautiful years
Hi Imac.. Now then given the choice between the hotel or that cottage.. the cottage would win hands down.. it's a cracker. That picture of the Blue Tit.. it is indeed flying upside down.. I was watching it flitting fron one twig to another, I set the camera to Continuous and it preformed perfectly for the camera. I am the first to admit it was a lucky shot, but none the less I was ready for it.
They were probably just as happy as most folks today.
Hi ImacNot very comfortable but in those days it was probably good and in some way it still is.
Me too; I'd rather stay in the cottage. What is that stuff piled up outside against the cottage?
In this light and "all dressed" up it looks very cosy, but how was it inJanuary, with "less dress", less heat and less food?I think I would have preferred the hotel with all the jars - contents included
What is the roofing material? I look and look and cannot decide. Is the stone one the black smith shop and is that coke piled up against the end? I would thoroughly enjoy a lot more of these photos if you have them...do you ever put them at on-line places such as picasa, webshots, inbox, photobucket to name a few? Sorry for all the questions but I just love looking at these old buildings, etc.
Those who lived in these houses certainly didn't have to worry about the sub-prime mortgage debacle, a much more sustainable lifestyle than we have today.Thanks for sharing your vacation shots!
oh how cute! i'd love to live there.
It's such a beautiful picturesque life back then. I only keep wondering how many respiratory problems would be caused by burning peat (leave it to me, huh). Beautiful photos.
I love this, i always love to see old ways people used to live. Makes one think of how lucky we are now.
This is just like the home we had when we lived on the island, except our roof had been modernised with slate.
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