Day 40~366


It’s been a long day, lots of driving to far flung places, I had an early start and late finish so took my camera with me.  I had a 3/4 hour to spare when I got to Berwick-On-Tweed just below Scotland, so thought I’d nip down to the River Tweed and get a shot, but the traffic was a nightmare and I ended up going the wrong way and then ended up driving up this tiny hill where I came across this funny little building.  I thought it would be a good one for my daily shot, as I was running out of time. It turns out it is a renovated Victorian Ladies loo, and is now a cafe and ice cream parlour, named The Loovre! One day I’ll post the colour version as it’s really pretty.   I processed this with it’s Victorian theme in my mind, and here it is.

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Categories: 366, Adventures, B&W, Fuji, fujiXT1, History, photography, uncategorisedTags: , , , , , , ,

5 comments

  1. Our first stop after returning from disappointing Scotland in 2014. We were so happy to be back in England after 5 weeks of gray, green and wet weather. We stopped at an Indian restaurant and had a fantastic dinner. Lots of memories and emotions associated with this town. Great shot, Fraggy.

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  2. That’s an adorable story and the photo only makes me want to see more!

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  3. What a special place you ended up at! Fun to read about how you got there. You framed it beautifully, and the use of blurry edges emphasizes both the strangeness of the building and the feeling of time gone by.

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