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  • What's outside your window?
  • Premier Icon Squirrel
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    I’m looking out of my window over a hay meadow with tall trees beyond and a dusky pink sky above. Guess I’m lucky. What you got?

    Premier Icon jekkyl
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    A street with other similar 3 bed semi detached properties. 😐

    Premier Icon btbb
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    Rain and an island

    Premier Icon Mister-P
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    1965 VW Beetle.

    Premier Icon legend
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    Houses and hills

    Premier Icon 5thElefant
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    If we kept the washer and dryer in the house it would be trees and hills. But we don’t, so it’s the laundry.

    Premier Icon P-Jay
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    Houses, at least they’ve been here so long they’re all slightly different now.

    New housing estates always look so bleak to me, they can take a decade or more to establish a character.

    Premier Icon onandon
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    The dura mountains on one side and the Salève on the other ( mt Blanc in the distance )

    Premier Icon teadrinker
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    Mrs Teadrinker banging on the window trying to get in. I’m not sure I’m ready to open the door yet.

    Premier Icon tinybits
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    A building site (in fairness, its the top of my own garden a – putting in a new terrace) the lawn, trees and the kids play area then meadow fields before the ‘orchard’ looking out onto cows on pasture. There’s a tower in the distance put up by a slightly eccentric Victorian to look at the view as well.
    I quite like my home!

    Premier Icon colournoise
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    A big red van and some houses quite like ours…

    …but I can put up with that as I know that just the other side of those, about two minutes ride away, are the woods…

    Premier Icon Klunk
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    misty nene valley

    Premier Icon rone
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    Swimming pool in Moab.

    Premier Icon breadcrumb
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    This morning I had a visitor-

    Premier Icon yourmywifenow
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    Mostly graves

    Premier Icon bikebouy
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    Sunset over a river.

    Premier Icon iainc
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    A field, and then Cairngorms πŸ˜€

    However going home tomorrow…

    Premier Icon hairyscary
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    A field with horses, then a field with sheep, then the Hill of Fare. It’s a pleasant view.

    Premier Icon pondo
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    Our lovely (to us) old garden – twenties house so nice and long, and the greenery at the end is mature enough to mask the scutters who live the other side of it. πŸ™‚

    Premier Icon breadcrumb
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    and when the weather’s better I get this out of another window-

    Premier Icon bubs
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    There’s a world outside your window, and it’s a world of dread and fear
    Where a kiss of love can kill you, and there’s death in every tear

    Have great weekend everyone πŸ™‚

    Premier Icon colournoise
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    Klunk – Member
    misty nene valley

    Can’t place that exactly, but it can’t be far from here… Looks like it’s out Oundle way?

    Premier Icon nostoc
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    About six this morning (as I was having a poo), I looked out of the window and there was a woodpecker sitting on a leek flower, possibly a sight that had never been seen before. I felt like it must be prescient of something.

    Premier Icon enfht
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    This morning I had a visitor-

    Kit Williams?

    Premier Icon mechanicaldope
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    M6

    Premier Icon richardkennerley
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    The houses on the other side of the road, behind them a multistorey carpark and if I go up in the loft so I can see over the roofs, I can see the lab I work in! πŸ™„

    Not all bad, there’s a nature reserve in the other direction

    Premier Icon joshvegas
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    A Rowan tree that really needs chopped down. A hill.

    Premier Icon Lionheart
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    Our small but nice garden, from upstairs the Otter Valley, Much travelling and I can say ‘it’s as good as it gets!’. Though I’ve thoroughly enjoyed the armchair travelling around others views, we live in a wonderful country.
    Great thread.

    Premier Icon Moses
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    Inner-city front garden, road, house opposite/
    However I know that there are slow-worms in the compost heap, so there’s wildlife out there.

    Premier Icon birky
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    Some impressive big mountains. I’m in Cortina d’Ampezzo tonight.

    Premier Icon chewkw
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    At this moment … complete darkness … all street lights gone … I have reported to the council but they said wait for 30 days before I report again. 😯

    Premier Icon suburbanreuben
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    This morning I had a visitor-
    Kit Williams?

    Ronnie Pickering.

    Premier Icon bruk
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    Courtyard with our cars on it then neighbours garden then fields with a great sunset when it’s good weather.

    Premier Icon 100psi
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    I wish it was this


    https://ibb.co/na6d7v

    Edit – how do I post a pic?
    https://ibb.co/na6d7v

    Premier Icon yossarian
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    A church one way
    A cathedral the other
    The murmur of a provincial city all around

    Premier Icon fifeandy
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    Ducks
    Quack Quack

    Premier Icon muppetWrangler
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    The faint whiff of suburban neglect and human failings.

    Premier Icon 100psi
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    A few days ago it was this

    https://flic.kr/p/WnNYJo

    Pls somebody tell me how to get a picture to show on here

    Premier Icon martinh
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    Out of my kitchen window I see Windover hill and I’ll be able to watch the BHF SDW ridrrs sprinting up it tomorrow

    Premier Icon suburbanreuben
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    Outside my window there is a green lane leading through the holly woods full of Highland mooks to the top of the hill, from where I can see London, Canary wharf, the City and, on a very clear day, Wemberly, most of the Surrey Hills, the SEven sisters down Eastbourne way, Gatwick, Heathrow and the Berkshire downs. The biggest turd in this vista is Woking. Even Aldershot manages a passable imitation of a spanish White Town…

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