Sunday, August 23, 2009

Through the Windows

More charm of England:  thatched roofs (see top left quadrant of window), gates, brick paths, holly hedges. The hedges offer some privacy; the little gates say 'welcome.'  The thatched cottage (built in 1490) seems to say, 'People come and people go, but I am still here. . .'

So small the windows of our own cottage and thus so dark inside and so like a cave.  Outside: a tidy, manicured world.


  1. So is the creative brain more like the dark interior, or the colorful exterior of your world?

  2. Thanks for commenting on my blog! That was very flattering. Your work is incredible. Oh, and I'm so envious of you for being in England. I adore everything about England and I want to visit so badly. What's not to love about cottages on the English countryside?