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On The Outside Always Looking In

Day 314 – November 10, 2018

On Closing the Door-One Door Opens – Lens-Artists / Magical Places – Weekly Prompt Photo Challenge / Six Word Saturday / Guide – FOWC / Seethe – RDP / Tactile – WODC / Week 10 – Pull Up A Seat / #476 Weekend Reflections

Not sure if you can tell, but it’s below 32 Fahrenheit here.  It was a great night to visit a local winery and take in some music and food and beverages. Especially tonight, as the sun set and temps began to dip, the manor lit up the hill looking like some magical place. Turns out, it was. The place was rather quiet, so it wasn’t difficult to grab a table in a room where the visual and tactile uniquely meet. It is not often that change to go out occurs, but when it does, it is nice to go to a place that has the amazing scenery to compliment the fruits of their labor.  With the images, I tried to capture shots meant to “trick the eye”. In fact, as I took a number of different views, I think I even fooled myself as I can’t remember if I took these inside or outside, or even if I was outside at all.  I just know it’s cold and after a couple of hours it kind of makes sense why I can’t remember. 🥴🍷. Enjoy your Sunday!

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