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Tuesday, October 8, 2013

blooming windows of Kings Landing



Having been to Kings Landing Historical Settlement many times over the years and having written several blogposts on my visits there, including one with windows, I always look for something different to photograph when I visit.  

I am going to share some more windows and they might be similar to ones in the past, so I hope you don't mind.  The view from inside a window, ie, what's on the window sill or in front of it, can vary, as can the view through the window.

These windows today all have one thing in common, besides the lovely view through them.  They will all have geraniums on the window sills inside them.
















This last picture is the outside of the Morehouse Farm. 
I love the 12 over 12 windows on the bottom floor and the 12 over 8 on the upper.  The house was built in 1820.



So, that was 8 out of the 18 window photos I took.   :)
I'll save the rest for another day.  And I have a few doors too.
Thank you so much for all your visits and comments.  
I'll see you soon.

Blessings,

Pamela

28 comments:

  1. Hello Pamela......Good Morning! I love all these gorgeous photos of the windows with the geraniums! My MIL always saved at least one geranium and always had it in the same window each winter. It was always full of blossoms. This made me think of that. Your pictures all have wide window sills. I would love that. The 12 over 12 windows and the 8 over 12 are so great. Always makes me think of all the early homes.

    Have a great day, Pamela.

    Susannah

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  2. Hi Pamela. I love all you photos....just gorgeous! I am not really sure how I found your blog but so glad I did for it is a lovely place to visit....one of your new followers....Shari!

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  3. funny how each shot has a geranium within it. i enjoy the reflections. ( :

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  4. Oh I too love all your photos. Gorgeous!

    Out to town fpor the day so wanted to drop in and comment.


    Have a super day!

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  5. Beautiful Pam! Your window shots are wonderful. I hope to get another KL post up today...

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  6. Love the old world charm there. It looks beautiful.

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  7. Oh wonderful windows! My great-grandmother often had geraniums on her windowsills and then in the spring would set them out again. I think you've captured charm to the tenth power. It's so beautiful to see what's on the windowsill and the view beyond. Makes me think that I should pay even more careful attention to what is on my own windowsills.

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  8. Oooohhhhhh . . . I like the twelve over twelve and then the twelve over eight too . . . REALLY like!

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  9. Beautiful window shots. I also enjoy those and take advantage of all the windows with the real wood frames.
    One of those photos looks like it was taken at the Mennonite Heritage Museum in Steinbach. I have a similar photo.

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  10. Oh, these are wonderful window shots, Pam! Fun to see the bright geraniums on the window sills. I wish I had wide enough sills to put plants on. I love window and door shots and look forward to seeing more of yours.

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  11. Love the old windows! Though I don't think I would be that fond of cleaning the wee panes. Beautiful...having geraniums on the sills.

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  12. Hi Pam
    The first thing I noticed was window sills! I don't know why they were phased out in modern homes like we have, I really miss having a nice wide sill for plants. Also, to see the geraniums in the window is a nostalgic touch. That is a lot of windows to clean on that building, but the light inside would be awesome.
    Judith

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  13. Love the geraniums! Makes me want to have one in my window. : )

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  14. I love geraniums in a window too.
    I may have to bring mine back out of the basement!
    The weathered wood on the homestead is just the essence of charm to me.
    Thanks for sharing it all Pamela.

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  15. Never get tired of pictures of windows. Not sure why but I find them very appealing. And I love the red geraniums.

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  16. I like these views of the windows, Pamela - both inside and out.

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  17. Pamela, what a great post. Isn't it amazing how everything so similar can look so different..Just beautiful..Happy Tuesday..Judy

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  18. Great shots, I take pictures of doors also and a lot of barns, they seem to be an attraction for me. The geraniums look lovely in a window, the window looks lovely in your picture :-)

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  19. I have a thing for photos of views outside windows, so I loved this! There's something so intimate about it. Anyway I like the feeling. Love all those geraniums.

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  20. Nicely done and a great theme! These are beautiful!

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  21. Beautiful pics! I especially like the one with the gingham curtains, and of course the geraniums look great in each one.

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  22. I really enjoy window shots and if they have geraniums, even better! Perhaps I'll try some indoors this fall/winter (they usually get very leggy on me, though).

    -Karen

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  23. Lovely.. I just noticed that all of their geraniums are red, eh?
    Can't wait to get there on Saturday.. xo

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  24. Hi Pamela! The windows are so lovely and homey looking and I love the geraniums sitting soaking up the sunshine. Your snaps are always so beautiful. Thank you, sweet friend, for popping in to see me today.
    be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  25. Love them all...'cause I love Geraniums!
    I am especially drawn to the one with the gingham curtains...lovely!

    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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  26. I love the geraniums and the the photos are beautiful!
    Greetings, RW & SK

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  27. I'm clapping my hands with glee! Beautiful!

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  28. Lovely photos, Pamela. I love geraniums in the windows. They're so charming! You know, I'm ashamed to say that I have never been to King's Landing. Of course NB is a big province and I've been to many sites there but never to KL. Maybe someday. I'm not very good at traveling any more though. Thanks for sharing with us.

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