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Wednesday, 3 August 2016

Snap : Looking In and Looking Out

I am stretching the rules today to join in with Helena's Snap . Many of you ( Miriam in particular!) will say that this is nothing new.  I have chosen two sets of 4 photos that are visually linked all taken on my visit to Barrington Court.
The first set are through doors and gates "looking in " with a snatch of what is install to see.

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The second set "looking out" giving a snapshot of what awaits outside.

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10 comments:

  1. such enticing doorways and I love the different feel of inside to a garden and outside

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  2. you always finds the most interesting views - it has been on the search for some gate gardens :)

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  3. You know how much I love your looking through photos :)

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  4. perfect sets! I like the views from a dark side to a bright side!!

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  5. Great snaps - such a neat perspective to look in or out of the doorway. (I "stretched the rules" a little this week, too, and shared three (!) sets of snaps.) :)

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  6. We don't mind you stretching the brief, when we get to share your viewpoint in such lovely surroundings. We used to go there often when the children were younger.

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  7. Clever idea to show ins and out!

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  8. Very nice. I can pick out three in particular which would look great as a watercolour. You and Eileen should get together designing notelets!

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  9. Love it! love it! love it! and I don't care that you broke every rule in the book because your pictures are fabulous and the subject so creative.

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  10. I never tire of these compositions. I love the looking in set in particular!

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