Window at The Croft

I finally got to visit The Croft museum today. Part of Sanday’s new Heritage Centre this old croft building has been lovingly restored and recreated. It is a perfect wee time capsule, with immense attention to detail. I’m actually spoiled for choice of Blip today. [s]I’ll put the rest of the images up somewhere like Flickr or my web site as soon as I have reviewed them all.[/s]

There’s [url=http://bethloft.co.uk/index.php?/phlogs/2014/06/the-croft/]a post[/url] (and an [url=http://bethloft.co.uk/index.php?/albums/the-croft/]album[/url]) on my Koken site and [url=https://www.flickr.com/photos/ulygan/sets/72157645252916465/]an album at Flickr[/url] – similar content, different presentation.

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Oh, deer

Oh, deer

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