Wednesday, 12 November 2008

 

The view from my study window, looking across
the fields towards the village.
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16 comments:

Elizabeth said...

Such a lvely tranquil view.
Yes, looking out of windows is one of my big pastimes.
I could look out of windows for the longest time.
I was at school in Worcestershire on the side of the Malvern Hills with a view over towards Bredon.
You can imagine how much maths and Latin I did!
I am haunted by the view to this day.

Janice Thomson said...

A divine view Weaver - what peace that must bring to your life.

acornmoon said...

A room with a beautiful view indeed, and do I notice some topiary in the garden?

The Weaver of Grass said...

I love the Malverns and the music of Vaughan Williams which goes so well with them, elizabeth

The Weaver of Grass said...

acornmoon - the topiary is accidental I am afraid. The trees and bushes are our shelter from the prevailing wind as we live in an exposed place - so sometimes nature does a bit of topiary.

The Weaver of Grass said...

Quite right Janice - it is very peaceful most of the time.

Annie Wicking said...

Can I have your room please....

Then again,I might not get much work done as I would be to busy looking out the window.

It looks wonderful, Weaver.

Best wishes my dear friend,

Annie

Dana and Daisy said...

so green and beautiful! I am just visiting from acornmoon. I love your dog and cat photos. I had a dog who was best friends with my cat too. So sweet.

I'll be back, we seem to share many interests.

Crafty Green Poet said...

the light is magical in this photo...

The Weaver of Grass said...

Thanks for the comments everyone. Shall visit you soon.

dick said...

A glorious prospect!

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

A gift of a view! Beautiful.

Mistlethrush said...

Stunning view - lucky you! And I can imagine it changing hour to hour...

Arija said...

You lucky, lucky lady to have a study of your own and with such a magnificent view as well. I do think a room of one's own is all important and I no longer have one, and I miss it.
Love your poem above, with that view, your pen must be flowing with words.

Dragonstar said...

I love this! The light, and the colour - all framed by the window. Beautiful!

BT said...

Gosh, this was my last visit. Must try harder Weaver, your blog is an inspiration.