My trip to Poland came about when Eddy on his blog (which can be found HERE) offered a free weekend B&B if someone would take photo’s of the house for his website advertising the B&B, and then Pete (who’s blog can be found HERE) suggested Eddy asked me. To cut a long story short, 4 weeks later Phil and I set off for Krakow from Newcastle and arrived on a dark and stormy Friday night. I recognised Eddy straight way as we came out of the airport though I’d never seen a picture of him before,and even though he wasn’t wearing Lederhosen :). It was a 2 hour journey back to where Eddy lives and as it was dark and raining we didn’t see much of the countryside, but it didn’t matter as we chatted on so much and got to know each other, and planned out our weekend. We arrived at Eddy’s late in the evening and we met the beautiful Gosia, Eddy’s wife, and a little smiley imp Malina, their daughter. We’d stopped for beer and wine along the way and so cracked open the cans and bottles and chatted on until god knows when. 🙂
We did that a lot this weekend 🙂
Today’s post will concentrate on the interior of the house, our Bedroom and bathroom were lovely, felt like home 🙂
lovely little details
Eddy built his own house with straw bales, and in our room was ‘The Window of Truth’
Here are some photo’s of the rest of Eddy & Gosia’s beautiful home
A great kitchen
As you can see, the house is so homely and warm, and we were made so welcome.
Next time we’ll look at the exterior and surrounding land.
Yipee I made it to the end, didn’t miss a single day and am chuffed to pieces with my project. I learned a lot along the way, about composition, slowing down, being disciplined and lots of technical bits I hadn’t bothered with before.
Next year will be a different beastie, it will be a 365 as it’s not a leap year and will be tied in with my starting the ‘walk 1000 miles in 2017’ project. I’ll be using my phone and film cameras for it and it will be posted on my Fraggles Other Place blog, leaving this one clear for Fraggle reports with the fuji again. Wish me luck!
Tonight Phil came with me to photograph the bridges over the Tyne. I’ve seen loads from other people, and it probably doesn’t look any different to those, but this is mine and I’m chuffed it turned out so well.
Another busy day yesterday as we had our 2 grandkids staying over, I got my shot but by the time we’d got the last one in bed and had something to eat it was too late to faff on the net.
Also we’ve had 2 sunny if cold days, so the first shot is of the sunlight coming in to my bathroom just before it goes down behind the houses.
At this time of year the sun is very low in the sky all day, so doesn’t get above the houses at the back of where we live, but for 15 minutes or so it shines through the gap between 2 houses and streams through our back fence.
It’s been a busy day here today as we had family over for a festive tea, so Phil was doing tidying and I was doing cooking. No time for photo’s of my magnificent spread before it got eaten 😀 and as it’s late~ish now have just taken a shot of the globe lamp in our conservatory.
The weather tonight is even worse than when we had Storm Barbara. This I presume is Storm Connor, which wasn’t supposed to affect us much but it is, so I am staying in the warm. Running out of lights to shoot indoors, so made a tea~light fest of most of my candle holders.
Storm Barbara started on us about 12 midday and we thought it was a bit of a poor show to start with. Phil and I went out dropping cards off to relatives and having cups of coffee with all, and by the time we drove home we were in the thick of it, Barbara was definitely mean and feisty. So we are home now and warm and toasty while the wind gusts about and sporadic episodes of lashing rain come and go. Definitely not a night to venture forth with a camera, well at least not if you are a wimp like me, so made do with the water feature in my conservatory.