Tuesday, 4 July 2017

Week twenty - handles

Almost five months has passed since the relocation, a good 90% of the unpacking is done and in order to do any more some new items of furniture need to be acquired. The garage is tidy, the garden is under control and the house is comfortable. Now that my studio is fully operational, change/improvement will slow down. A decision is needed as to whether or not a small conservatory is to be built on the back of the house, so garden planning is on hold until that decision has been made. Major works are needed in the kitchen/dining area, so a deal of thought and planning will precede any changes. So, it very much looks as if the next few weeks will be an opportunity for a bit of R and R. I fully intend to complete this 365, but from now on the emphasis will change away from the new house and back to normal "stuff". With this in mind, and in order to ease back gently into photography as an art form rather than as a means of reference, I decided to just wander round the house and snap some handles.

Day 134

Most of the internal doors have these.

Day 135

A drawer in the dresser

Day 136

The front door

Day 137

Chest of drawers in the bedroom

Day 138

Part of my "Willow pattern" collection, an inheritance from my maternal grandmother

Day 139

Part of my "silver" collection, an inheritance from my paternal side of the family

Day 140

The fairly boring handles on the kitchen units

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