It’s become a bit of a family joke that I have a ‘thing’ for taking pictures through windows – my daughters now refer to any such shot as ‘one of mum’s’ pictures and have started taking them for me. Even my brother spotted my funny little habit and is now taking them too.
After the recent Yosemite upgrade, (Thank you Apple, I will get over it one day, but possibly not before I have to resort to counselling), I decided it was time to do some serious organising of my photos and while I’ve been doing that, I’ve come across lots of ‘mum’s pictures’ I’d forgotten about.
So, I thought that from time to time, I’d post them here – indulge me…
Today’s picture is perhaps my favourite bathroom window…
It’s a room in Packwood House – one of my favourite National Trust properties.
I love the sense of humour of the person who dressed this room, take a good look in the bath, under the splendid lion-head tap…
I wrote a post about Packwood House about a year ago, on my other blog The Mists of Time – do pop over and have a look if you like quirky old houses.