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A VISTA - PHOTO STORY FRIDAY

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Today the sun shone.
So in a bid to catch a little of the dry weather, 
I spent a few moments  in my break, 
breathing in the fresh air and 
admiring the view we have from the outside balcony area at the museum.
I think you will agree it's a great view!

Carlisle Castle, Carlisle, Cumbria, as viewed from Tullie House Museum & Art Gallery

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  1. Okay, where is this? I swear I have been there before!

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  2. Wow. That's a postcard view if I ever saw one! Beautiful!!

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  3. I agree - it is a GREAT view! Glad you were able to take a break and admire it. Enjoy.

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  4. Holy crap! That green is crazy intense! Beautiful.

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  5. You are going to get a lot of WOWs! with that shot. Very pretty. What museum are you lucky enough to be at? (That's my dream job).

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  6. Oh I am so so envious!! I don't know where you are but I do think the grass is greener there, and I want to be there too. Came over from Photo Story Friday and I am so glad I have joined, especially if I get too see awesome posts like this! I will be back!

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  7. Now living in a place where a frisson of excitement ran through the local historical society when an 1870s coin was found, I will have this as a keepsake (it's a play on words) to remind me of the town where I was born (in the George Street maternity home, but they knocked that down to build Georgian Way).

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  8. ooppss. sorry should have posted it...

    Carlisle Castle, Carlisle, Cumbria

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  9. What a beautiful place to spend your life!!

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  10. so beautiful...and amazing...love it!

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  11. It is a great picture. Another solid looking one!

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  12. So glad you stopped by. Love your blogs. I also love this picture. Reminds me of the years we spent living in Italy.

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  13. What a beautiful picture. I would love to see that every day lol.

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  14. If that was MY view at the office I would get even less done ...

    Tho I am not sure thats possible...


    :-Daryl

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  15. I don't know why I love castles, but I do. I've been to Carlisle Castle and the Tullie House Museum so this reminded me of that New Year Holiday. Thanks!

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  16. Fantastic!!! I would love to take a walk with such an amazing view.

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  17. I've been there and you get to look at it every day? How lucky are you? :)

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  18. That looks a fab place to work :)
    How's your weekend going?!

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  19. I see it every week and love it. One of these days I'm actually going to go inside it!!!!

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