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photoblog image It is cold tea really

It is cold tea really

It is cold tea really



comments (23)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 13 Jan 2014, 02:23
Of course it is, Bill... smile
Bill Phillips: Couldn't have the National Trust visitors having a swig of real stuff Ray
If you say so...
Bill Phillips: You wouldn't want to test it out E grin
i'm sure that it tastes wonderful Bill... lots of reflected light from the set of crystal... i like your treatment....petersmile
Bill Phillips: It would if it wasn't cold tea Peter grin
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 13 Jan 2014, 06:14
It always is, Bill - I understand
Bill Phillips: I have never put it to the test Lisl grin
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 13 Jan 2014, 06:36
Yeah right... lets have a glass of that tea then wink
Wonderful scene and light. I love the little portrait with the glare.
Bill Phillips: Trust me Lady P you wouldn't want to
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 13 Jan 2014, 07:02
a wonderful, elegant photo (we know the phrase 'cold coffee' in German) - in view there is a warm, cosy atmosphere in this NT manor house.
Bill Phillips: The cold tea is in the decanter pretending to be whisky.
  • Ginnie
  • Netherlands
  • 13 Jan 2014, 07:14
Actually, Bill, that's what I'm more used to. smile But it's not usually served in a decanter like that!
Bill Phillips: You could have either at my house Ginnie grin
i see you treat yr self well, Bella!
Bill Phillips: Because i'm worth it JC
  • Chris
  • England
  • 13 Jan 2014, 08:07
Ahh - so you obviously tried it!
Bill Phillips: I took their word for it Tiffo
  • Gutteridge
  • Where latitude and aittitude meet
  • 13 Jan 2014, 08:21
I always thought that they were a bossy lot Bill. Very well picturegraphed.
Bill Phillips: Who were?
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 13 Jan 2014, 08:31
Not if Oliver Reed was acting in the film ;o)

Another lovely use of the light.
Bill Phillips: One of the world's greatest drunks
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 13 Jan 2014, 08:50
Hhah... yes, I do recall that trick to make it look like whisky, etc. Another shot from your home? Do you have a butler?
Bill Phillips: Naturally
See nothing has changed then, you need to get out in day light.
Bill Phillips: What, and run the risk of bumping into you?
Great shot and treatment Bill!
Bill Phillips: I'm obliged to you sir
  • Mary MacADNski
  • Beautiful Prince Edward Island, Canada
  • 13 Jan 2014, 10:39
There is no way they would use the rel thing. Yea works fine visually.
Bill Phillips: It would be embarrassing if a child got hold of it and took a large swig if it was Mary
  • Richard T
  • Suffolk: where the sun rises first in England
  • 13 Jan 2014, 11:04
They used hang labels around decanters with the word 'nig' on it to fool the servants
Bill Phillips: Oh I bet they all fell for that
I love the effects here Bill
Bill Phillips: I'm delighted you do Ronky
This is rather nice Bill, another example of good use of B.& W.
Bill Phillips: Thanks Brian. Pleased you like it
Very rich setting, Bill; a standout in B&W. Is the dangling cord used to fetch the servants?
Bill Phillips: Probably Beverly
Someones telling porkies smile
Bill Phillips: No honest guv! This is in a National Trust property....my decanter has whisky in it!
No wonder his lordship is looking down. Nice treatment
Bill Phillips: Spinning in his grave probably!
Great reflections in all the glasswork...
Bill Phillips: Cheers Larry smile
If you say so, I trust you Bill!

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