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Lytes Cary 2

Now the question is, a very big pot or a very small window?

Lytes Cary 2

Now the question is, a very big pot or a very small window?

comments (17)

  • Ray
  • Manila, Philippines
  • 9 Aug 2011, 00:59
What Jack found at the top of the beenstalk...heh!
Bill Phillips: LOL! Fe fi and all that
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 9 Aug 2011, 05:09
A very small window......
Great eye and a wonderful picture.
A lot of mystery going on, on Shutterchance this morning...
Chris also had a mystery post. phew.. I hope I will not have all those mystery things at work too.
Bill Phillips: It was tiny Astrid. It looked even smaller from outside
  • SAVO
  • United Kingdom
  • 9 Aug 2011, 06:31
I go for the small window too. Lol at Ray's comment. I reckon you have got your camera in a small doll house or something...wink
Bill Phillips: It was a tiny window, and is actually part of the house
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 9 Aug 2011, 06:54
Haha -or a chalice? The window-cross lets think me of a religious place, a church.
Bill Phillips: Lytes Cary does have a lovely chapel Philine
  • Chris
  • England
  • 9 Aug 2011, 07:10
You are such a tease!
Bill Phillips: It is a small window. (Just because you can't work it out)
  • Chad Doveton
  • Where latitude and longitude meet.
  • 9 Aug 2011, 08:23
I think that you are absolutely right Bill, the question is, a very big pot or a very small window?
Bill Phillips: I had hoped for an answer to my question Chad. I suppose it was a forlorn hope.
A very nice and interesting picture.
Bill Phillips: Thank you Frances
A small window and a play with perspective I presume
Bill Phillips: The window was tiny, the angle was wide
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 9 Aug 2011, 08:31
Or a combination of both.
Bill Phillips: You are nearly as bad as Chris
  • Chris
  • England
  • 9 Aug 2011, 09:23
It could be a big window
Bill Phillips: You are a very silly person
Terrific image, Bill! A likey for me, this one.
Bill Phillips: Well thank you Tome. I like likeysgrin
I can't play mind games when on holiday ... all I know is that my beer glass in Suffolk looks rather large and empty far too often.

But to be academic and mature ... it's a small window.
Bill Phillips: An empty beer glass is a sign of a pleasure taken and the promise of another
  • Linda
  • United Kingdom
  • 9 Aug 2011, 11:24
Whichever way round its a great image, small window with the amount of light there is smile
Bill Phillips: It was a tiny window
Is it perhaps a baptismal font? It could also be a giant flower pot.
Bill Phillips: Dunno Mary, it was just a pot.
Great angle to make a good puzzle picture Bill.
Bill Phillips: Thanks very much Brian
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 9 Aug 2011, 21:33
It could be a big window and a HUGE pot of course.
There is something intriguing about the scale here, without the chalice (and that looks like the carpenters cup, so that must make it authentic smile) it would look like a window in a passage way with a turning to the left. Nice image.
Bill Phillips: Thanks for identifying the cup. I think the window is so tiny the eye wants to make it be further away than it actually is

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