A View from the Sink


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12 Responses to A View from the Sink

  1. Maria F. says:

    Beautiful, I love the framing with the window!

  2. Some people have a room with a view, others have a sink.:) Love the assortment of pots and plants …

  3. Trifocal says:

    Thank you 🙂 Mrs T and a gardening friend of ours have been sorting out the garden this year, and increasing numbers of bushes, pots, stone features and slightly surprising vegetables are the result. I just watch, water things and take the occasional picture 🙂

  4. LB says:

    There is something so comforting and homey about the view through a kitchen window. I can not imagine having a home without one.

    • Trifocal says:

      I agree. We have had that in all three houses we have lived in since we were married. The rented flat we first lived in didn’t have that- but it did have a view over the sea and the Welsh coast from the bedroom window, so no complaints there either!

  5. sheketechad says:

    Excellent framing; very warm. Smile making too 🙂

  6. prior says:

    Love this shot so much – and while I bet the ocean view from the flat had a great view too – I agree with your other readers about the charm of this shot – and I like how the very back is all lit up by the sun – – it is like a third dimension to the shot and is so inviting – and what you give us with the window pane was artsy. Have a nice day –

  7. Trifocal says:

    Very pleased you enjoyed it- charming plus artsy can’t be bad 🙂

  8. kirizar says:

    There is just a part of my soul itching to move the camera a little bit more to the left to see the rest of the view. Isn’t that so centrist of me?

  9. Trifocal says:

    I know what you mean. In fact nearly all the shots are of much smaller areas than this one- probably just so I can get more photographs out of the material 🙂

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