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Through the round window...

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Somebody's side doors.


Caine says:

How cool. There's something so attractive about round windows.

1st May 2007, 04:23

OJ says:

I like. Is it a door?

1st May 2007, 10:12

Viv says:

peaceful places - canals and barges - waterfowl - sun - lovely

1st May 2007, 11:15

swamprose says:

I'm not sure if I have it right, but I like what I see--the wonky doors, and the perfectly round window.

1st May 2007, 11:56

hildegard says:

Sorry if it's a bit hard to make out...
Was making a brew whilst standing by a porthole, heard something coming & grabbed the phone. Completely unexpectedly when the camera finally deigned to go off, the passing narrowboat was lined up like this, with both sets of side doors open... See-through boating...
Viv - you're right, am lucky enough to have friends with narrowboats & a few quiet days on the cut is a joy indeed...

1st May 2007, 12:33

Gael says:

Great capture!
Enjoy messing about on the water : )

1st May 2007, 14:28

OJ says:

I see it now Hildegard. It's a great mystery picture with lots of layers.

1st May 2007, 15:05

Euphro says:

Given the chance circumstances of the capture it has some of the qualities of a good highlight about it. Attractive, interesting shot :)

1st May 2007, 15:11

hildegard says:

Ta. Had a lovely time. :)
Took loads through the round window. Mainly random bits of boats but the odd one worked out...

1st May 2007, 21:18

factotum says:

Those look like castles painted on the shutters of the passing boat... an intriguing photograph!

2nd May 2007, 02:40

hildegard says:

Roses & castles are traditional decorative motifs for narrrowboats. Not just the boat - furniture, crockery, even buckets used to be adorned with roses & castles.

2nd May 2007, 03:35