attic charm

By: Lesley

Mar 04 2012

Category: Walkerton

4 Comments

Aperture:f/4.1
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Camera:DMC-TZ3

Sometimes, it seems the most decorated windows are the ones in the attic, such as this one found in Walkerton.

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4 comments on “attic charm”

  1. Wow, that’s gorgeous. I wonder if it could be copied in gingerbread, or royal icing:-)

  2. Wowee, that’s really beautiful! It looks like lace 🙂
    I’ll tell you, visiting your blog week after week really makes me want to visit Southern Ontario – what a beautiful place you live in!
    Thanks for playing along with us in WWDD again!

  3. I like the Victorian gingerbread charm. The trim surrounding the eaves is so intricate and detailed, and the window with is trim – there is nothing like hiding he utility of the attic, so we can forget te utility of the upper room and give it the style of life. Cool!

  4. Great window! Perhaps the builders decorated the attic windows knowing that they are the most visible from the street and are the most difficult to mess with later.


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