Thursday, 17 October 2013

Thatched Roof Thursday #46 - Corley

If you stopped by yesterday, you will have seen this entrance
looking towards Corley Church (just behind me).


This photo is looking the other way.  Hooray - a thatched cottage. 
Below are a couple more photos taken a few days after the top shot in June, 2013.


This thatched home is hidden away from 
prying camera view and comes with a view
of its own looking towards Bedworth and Nuneaton.


Nice view!

14 comments:

Marleen said...

A gorgeous place to live.

belohorizontedailyphoto said...

Gorgeour top with birds and all.

Jesh St Germain said...

Always have loved thatched roofs. Also a nice sky!

LONDONLULU said...

Ah, love that view! (And to think, much of Britain was once covered in forest!) Another charmer of a cottage, you've a great collection now:)

Jack said...

Well done, LOL. The framing in the first photo is good. I liked your followup showing the thatched house and its amazing view.

Stephanie said...

Very pretty roofs and gorgeous sky.

Cloudia said...

So different and magical to me!


ALOHA from Honolulu
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TheChieftess said...

Love that top shot...and those thatched roofs are beautiful!!! Love that about England!!!

JM said...

What a roof and how wonderfully composed the top shot is!

Petrea Burchard said...

Another one hit out of the park, Lauren!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

A very nice view indeed Lauren. The thatch blends so well with the tiles/slates on the roof of the house next door, or it may even be the same house?

Hilda said...

Very nice view indeed. I love the windows - they have their own little thatched shelters!

LOLfromPasa said...

I am liking this thatched cottage the more I look at it. Thanks for leaving a comment. They are wonderful.

Lulu - I am almost shocked at how many I have photographed now. Almost?

Jack - It is nice when a busy road provides a photo opportunity like this :).

Grace - I can't remember now.

Gunn said...

Wow, there are so many beautiful places I have not seen or heard about. Thanks for sharing.

Great framing, great houses and a beautiful place to live. Lucky people.