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photoblog image A visit to Pershore 2

A visit to Pershore 2

5 and 5 and 5 ...isn't this a lovely building?

A visit to Pershore 2

5 and 5 and 5 ...isn't this a lovely building?

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C'est une jolie maison, j'aime aussi la pendule.
Bill Phillips: Yes that is rather good too
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 4 Feb 2020, 03:48
It is a most attractive building, Bill.
Bill Phillips: I thought so Ray
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 4 Feb 2020, 06:08
with fine gutteridge, too.
Bill Phillips: An excellent example Philine
  • Chris
  • England
  • 4 Feb 2020, 06:17
Agreed it's gorgeous. All or parts of it seem to be 1930s
Bill Phillips: The Ground floor has GR over the door which would seem to confirm that. I suspect this is a Georgian building that has been altered
  • Chad
  • Somewhere in deep space
  • 4 Feb 2020, 08:12
Fine but almost too heavy with those dormer windows. Is this series going on much longer?
Bill Phillips: Possibly and definitely
always remember from my architectural history classes about the traditions of

FORMAL BALANCE
different style windows on each floor
reduced size windows on floors as they rise above the ground level.


Oh so many little windows to clean, one by one by one.
Bill Phillips: And it works. As long as you don't have to clean them they are a delight
It is a very fine looking building isn't it.
Bill Phillips: I thought so Brian
  • sherri
  • Little Rock, Arkansas, USA
  • 4 Feb 2020, 15:42
very pretty architectural style
Bill Phillips: Indeed Sherri.I like buildings like this
it's a fine looking building Bill... i like the dormers on the third floor.....petersmile
Bill Phillips: Thanks Peter. It is a rather fine building
It is indeed!
Bill Phillips: I thought so Tomsmile
Please knock on the door and ask them to replace the missing plant trough. It's lovely but seems to be slightly out of balance. The steps on the right hand door, maybe.
Bill Phillips: I hadn't noticed the steps! The lack of a third planter is unforgivable

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