Kitchen window, autumn by Anne Mason (Leica C lux 3)
Lots of raking to do.
Comment by Broady on 13th November 2016 at 04:31
A lovely photo but what does it represent about Wigan. This seems to be a theme at present. Lovely photo's but they could be from anywhere.
Comment by Mick on 13th November 2016 at 07:43
It must be nice to have a kitchen window view where you cant see any more house.
Never mind about the leaves the worms will take most of them under ground.
Comment by Pat on 13th November 2016 at 07:48
No matter what season, you have a lovely view, bet it makes washing up a pleasure!
Comment by Maureen on 13th November 2016 at 08:09
What a lovely scene you have from your kitchen window Anne..very nice.
PS your blue pot ilooks exactly like mine.
Comment by kath on 13th November 2016 at 08:42
lovely photo! and what a nice outlook from your kitchen. where do you live?
Comment by Fred Mason on 13th November 2016 at 09:05
Not a speck of dust anywhere, Anne.
Interesting photo, very Autumnal.
Comment by Vb on 13th November 2016 at 09:54
Definitely a 'room with a view'....something a bit different!
Comment by Jonno on 13th November 2016 at 12:00
You cant see the wood for the trees !!
Only joking Anne, yes a pleasant view whilst washing up.
Comment by Linda on 13th November 2016 at 13:24
Lovely view to see all the changing seasons. Thanks for sharing it Anne.
Comment by Cyril on 13th November 2016 at 14:13
Is the Pheasant stood looking in from the wall waiting to be fed, or maybe looking for a place to lay more eggs next year.
Comment by Anne on 13th November 2016 at 16:44
Maureen... I think that style of pot is called a ginger jar. It was one of my mothers. Very disappointed to find it wasn't worth very much even though it's dated pre 1860.
Fred... All dust out of focus.
Cyril... No egg, it's a cock. :D
Comment by Maureen on 13th November 2016 at 18:03
Yes Anne..they are ginger jars..mine says aquatic lustrine fielding,but no date..it was a gift.
Comment by Mick on 13th November 2016 at 20:13
The Chinese used to keep there ginger in them jars.
Comment by alan on 14th November 2016 at 05:47
Can somebody teach Mick how to spell ?
Comment by alan wink on 14th November 2016 at 14:57
Now now alan it's not that important is it? I am always getting confused with the "I" or the "E" just one of then there things aint it but still a lovely picture.
Comment by Vb on 15th November 2016 at 08:10
There ...as in over there
Their ....as in it's their choice
They're ....as in they're having a whale of a time!
It's Mick's choice but much better for the reader Mr Wink!
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