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Sunday, 16 November 2014

Silent Sunday



TheBoyandMe's 365 Linky

21 comments:

  1. Something quite enchanting about old buildings

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    1. I totally agree... I think this door might have quite a story to tell ;D
      Thanks for visiting. I hope you're having a wonderful weekend

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    1. I'm sad to say I didn't actually go in because I had a dinner reservation.
      One to return to at some stage I think.
      I hope you're enjoying your Sunday and thanks for taking the time to stop by ;D

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  3. i really really like this! i think we saw this when we visited UK many years ago. great shot.

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    1. I'm happy to hear that you like it Sherry ;D
      It's amazing that you may have visited it also on your travels.
      Thanks for stopping by to leave a lovely comment.
      Have a super Sunday

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  4. Certainly looks like a very old property. the contrasting black and white paint work makes it stand out.

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    1. It certainly is John... possibly dating back to the 1400's!
      A Tudor building that is the oldest timber-framed building in Wales! ;D
      Thanks for visiting my place (not so old) and I hope you're having fun this Sunday

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  5. So quaint and love the ambiance! #mysundayphoto

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    1. I just couldn't resist it and thought the Sunday photo gang would like to see it.
      Thanks for popping over to my place.
      Have fun with your weekend

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  6. I love old buildings, especially if there is known history about them. Any more info on this one Denise? xox

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    1. The Tudor buildings are always so striking. I love to visit Chester and the rows where there are many gorgeous old buildings.
      This one was the Old house doorway in Castle Street, Beaumaris
      on the Isle of Anglesey/Sir Ynys Mon. It possibly dates back to 1400's which is incredible.
      I hope your weekend is going well and you're enjoying it to the max.
      Have fun xoxo

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  7. Wow there must be so much history attached to that building. There is something so fascinating about really old buildings. 1400 makes it even earlier than the Tudor period. Would love to know the history behind it

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  8. Love old buildings...the events this building must have seen

    Thank you for linking up

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  9. That's one very old house! It makes you wonder what it looks like inside

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  10. I love old buildings like this one....So much history x

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  11. Built about 1400! How incredible. Nothing we make now would last a hundred years, let alone 6!

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  12. oh my, i wonder what secrets it holds

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  13. What a lovely photo! I'd love to know more about the history of that building, I bet it's seen some things over the years!

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  14. A very beautiful frame! Beautiful shapes!

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