" A photo is a return ticket to a moment in time"

Sunday, 29 May 2011

Green Shutters And Chandeliers.....



~ Ayers House ~


Soft morning light falling onto the bay window
of this picturesque Regency styled Homestead
Formerly a private residence but now a restaurant / museum .
The window opens into what is known as the Ball-Room Restaurant
resplendent with hand painted ceilings and Waterford crystal chandeliers


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14 comments:

Joan Elizabeth said...

mmm ... makes me want to go inside.

Reader Wil said...

This a beautiful coloured window with a great reflection of the opposite view.Have a great new week!

Jacob said...

First of all, I really like your header photo - gorgeous flowers!

And I also really like this shot...it's sharp, got great colors, is very well exposed, lots of interest and the reflections are outstanding!

Monique said...

Très très belle photo avec la réverbération sur la fenêtre.

LindyLouMac in Italy said...

Such an interesting photograph.

Alan O'Riordan said...

I was born in Waterford! Growing up there, I would have had no appreciation for the crystal, desoite the fact my parents had loads of it around the house (it was THE prize of choice for golf and bridge competitions at that time).

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Oh that is gorgeous Dianne, how nice to have a meal in such a lovely old place, and the reflections an added bonus for your shot.

Kay L. Davies said...

You've captured a beautiful image here, Dianne, with the chandelier inside as well as the reflection from the outside. I love it.
— K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Craig said...

The green is beautiful along side the brick wall. Lovely reflections too!

Sailor said...

Beautiful!

Pierre BOYER said...

J'aime beaucoup...

Pierre

jennyfreckles said...

What a beautiful image, I love it - the colours, the reflections, the chandeliers.

Tash said...

Absolutely gorgeous!

♥ Braja said...

wonderful shot, the reflection and the interior make it. This post was in the 3-row "You Might Also Like This" thing you have below your posts, and I immediately spotted it as Ayers House. It's National Trust, and has been for many years, I believe. My brother, who's now in his 50s, did his apprentice chef training here, in Paxton's...moons ago :)

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