It’s good to get tempted into doing something which is a bit different from the usual. Snowy landscapes are the thing of the moment; they are only around for a couple of months, so it’s a question of catching it while it’s there. I think the quality of snowscapes, and trees in particular, is better this year than ever before, so I’m revelling it. And more will follow soon.
But for today, it’s the The Looking Glass, which has a French style café, an Italianate castle, and a Scottish baronial style building at the end of the main street, and some flying, or rather, hovering carpets for good measure. An attractive place to have a wander, but the shots I like were the ones by the café.
2 thoughts on “Quiet solitude at the Looking Glass”
That’s so cool!
It was slow, but I’ve just realised the connection… cafe -> coffee -> caffeinated!
Thanks Tia 🙂