Sunday, 8 February 2015

My Sunday Photo 8 February 2015




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  1. Now that is one interesting light - where is it? x

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    1. hi sarah louise
      it is a local cafe set in a historic building. they have done up the building and it is very pretty.

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    1. hi kriss
      they did such a nice job of restoring the building.

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  3. I bet that was a challenging shot to capture into those lights.

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    1. i was lucky really. i just pointed and shot and it seemed to turn out well!

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  4. Pretty and I'm definitely not a robot. Lol

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  5. That is one ornate ceiling rose.

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    1. so pretty isn't it? thanks for visiting.

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  6. That's very elegant lighting! I see from the other comments that it's not in your house!

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    1. you are right sarah. in a lovely old cafe, tho we do have plaster ceilings at home with lovely decorated panels. i should put up a photo of my own ceilings:)

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  7. What a pretty light fixture :-)

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    1. it is lovely. so glad they decided to paint it properly.

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  8. Love the design and the color =) #mysundayphoto

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  9. Great spot, most people would have missed that

    Thank you for linking up

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    1. hi darren
      i just have a thing about taking photos of lights and ceilings. there are so many interesting ones in cafes these days.

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    1. hi kim
      it is nice isn't it? thanks for visiting.

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  11. I love the detail in these old fashioned lights. They're so pretty, you don't see them often anymore such a shame x

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    1. hi hannah
      i think they did a great job restoring the place. :)

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  12. Oh I love that ceiling rose, how beautifully decorated.
    We had a beautiful on in our last house but over ever dared to paint in white. I wish now we had been slightly braver!
    Lovely
    #SundayPhoto

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    1. we have panels in our plaster ceilings at home that i would love to paint in different colours but so time consuming and/or expensive so they are just cream all over. one day...

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  13. Mrs Pickings is really good at noticing architectural details. Usually ceiling items in restaurants! Mr Pickings likes having to go to these places . . .

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  14. It reminds me of a Tudor rose piece of art!

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    1. hi lucinda
      it is a lovely ceiling rose and so artistic.

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  15. That's a very pretty ceiling rose. I do love period features xx

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  16. That's a very pretty ceiling rose. I do love period features xx

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  17. It's lovely to see such a traditional ceiling rose x

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    1. thanks sara. it was particularly well done!

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    1. i always do! so much to see up there. thanks for visiting.

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  19. What a great ceiling rose, don't think I'd want the job of doing the painting though.

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    1. I know what you mean:). Way too fiddly to do.

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