Some cool traditional kitchen images:
Snowshill Manor (NT) 10-08-2013
Image by Karen Roe
Snowshill Manor near Broadway in Gloucestershire, is a Cotswold Manor and built from traditional yellow stone and home to a fine collection of everyday objects collected by Charles Wade, with over 22,000 items in this eclectic collection. The collection consists of costumes, of which there are 2000 pieces, Samurai armour, children’s toys, bicycles, musical instruments to fine clocks and many more unusual and extraordinary treasures, thousands of objects are laid out for you to see just as Mr Wade intended.
“Let nothing perish” was his motto, and his life was dedicated to doing just that. From the everyday to the extraordinary, you can discover his passion for craftsmanship, colour and design.
Charles Wade originated from Yoxford in Suffolk, where he was a craftsman and architect, but lived a number of years in the Priest’s House whilst arranging his massive collection of objects from 1900 until 1951 when the National Trust was given the Manor.
The manor has been through many changes throughout the years, with the main part of the house standing since 1500, with major works taking place in 2004.
The terraced, 2 acre, hillside garden surrounds the manor and is in the style of the Arts and Crafts era, divided into different rooms, each containing various architectural features and including pond areas, which are a haven for insects and wildlife. There is also a Kitchen garden and large vegetable plot, the vegetables from which are used in the restaurant.
Raffles Courtyard, Raffles Hotel, Singapore
Image by Eustaquio Santimano
Built in the tropical setting of an open courtyard, Raffles Courtyard, a timeless structure with white arches flanked by tropical palms and native plants, keeps the feeling of ‘Old Singapore’ alive. A colonial cocktail bar, a traditional alfresco kitchen, table umbrellas and live music make the courtyard a pleasant place for patrons to watch the passing parade of visitors.
Image by drp
They say that the sense of smell is the most powerful, that it taps a direct connection to your brain’s memory center. A brief, passing odor can instantly transport you back to the past, to childhood, and flood your mind with images.
The aroma that triggers one of the strongest emotional and psychological responses is that of freshly-baked bread.
What moment in your life comes rushing back with that smell?
For the month of February (2005), I am posting a link to a different "Flickr friend" each day. It may be a person you already know, or a completely new discovery, but it’s someone whose work and vision I feel you might really enjoy.
I call it the "Flickr Daily Photog Pickr," and today’s pick is Saseki : www.flickr.com/photos/saseki/
Go here to read more, and see the first pick made: www.flickr.com/photos/drp/4186888/
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