Monday, 8 July 2019

Georgian Windows At Southwell Workhouse National Trust

I’ve been thinking rather a lot about windows and how wonderful they are like simply the best picture frame you could wish for.The chinks of light that come through and play a merry dance upon the surface.Windows you look out and people look in and this is a story repeated over the history of time.Today it has been Georgian Windows situated in Southwell Workhouse Nottinghamshire.









These are Victorian windows from the Infirmary at Southwell

Windows have a simplicity to them but tell so much of the social history of what is seen through them both inside and out.I very much love looking through windows you see so much and they perfectly frame what you see out of them .

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