Highclere Castle in Hampshire, UK. Fellow Downton Abbey fans will recognize it as home to the fictional Crawley family and their gaggle of servants. I was taken with the breadth of all those windows, lined row upon row like mute sentinels — letting in light, while repelling the elements; offering up views of the world outside, while keeping the viewer out of sight.
What I’d really like to know is, who’s responsible for cleaning them?
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Nice one, Mary. Great photo and made me laugh. Peace, John
Wow, that’s really awesome! I’m almost tempted to apply, but I doubt I would last more than one or two seasons. 😛
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it’s a perfect world – they never get dirty! I love the show and look forward to watching it this evening with my wife…. it will be fun… nice photo.
We are loving the show, as usual. For me, it’s partly the historical aspect of it, but also, I love the architecture, the fashion, and my husband loves the old cars!
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Wow, can you imagine? I’m glad you’re keeping up the Weekly Photo Challenge, even during your internet hiatus. I do enjoy your photographs!
Thanks, Lee. I am actually enjoying it. You know what’s also wonderful about Highclere Castle? There is a wonderful Egyptology exhibit in the cellars that details the exploration of King Tut’s tomb, because the 5th Earl of Carnarvon was financing Howard Carter when Carter discovered it! The two of them opened the tomb together.