Watching eyes

Earlier in the week I sat in an empty house waiting for a tradesman to come and repair an appliance. The householders had to be at work and this repair was essential The arrival time of the repairer spanned about an hour.

While I waited I took some photos in the garden and watched the light change in a house built with walls made of wood. They are called “Lockwood” homes here and the light certainly plays on and off the walls in a very different manner to the walls here at home.

As I drank my cup of tea I looked more closely at the walls and noticed all these “eyes” watching me….
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12 thoughts on “Watching eyes

    1. ordinarygood Post author

      Definitely friendly although a couple of photos have an “alien” perception about them. The house talked to me as well. In the way Lockwood homes do!

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    1. ordinarygood Post author

      I wasn’t spooked at all just interested in trying to take some photos of the knot holes….the amount of light that bounced off the wall boards was incredible.

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    1. ordinarygood Post author

      The eyes were interesting and trickier to photograph than I expected…but I am an amateur. The internal timber is quite shiny so the light bounced off that I guess.
      I will certainly follow your renamed blog.

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    1. ordinarygood Post author

      Those knot holes took on quite different looks up close….it was fun. I thought the second photo looked like the eyes of a loving labrador.

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