I had a lovely day in York yesterday and finally got to visit the Treasurer’s House at my leisure. I do love my family and friends, but sometimes it’s such a pleasure to do something completely on my own. I did some writing, some watercolour painting in the garden and took a few photos and it occurred to me, uploading them this morning, that I have a bit of an obsession with corners of windowsills.
And not only in York.
Godolphin House, Cornwall;
Tintagel Old Post Office, Cornwall;
Ham House, London;
Mount Grace Priory, North Yorkshire;
and Oxburgh Hall, Norfolk.
I don’t what it is about the corner of a window, whether it’s the way the light comes through or the patterns of panes and window furniture, the texture of stone or wood, but they seem to come up in my photography an awful lot!