We have hugely tall windows in the front room of our house. They are the almost floor-to-ceiling kind, and look out on our front gardens, beyond to our street, and adjacent to our driveway. The view is wide and far.
This room functions as my studio, and has a beautifully drawing light that fills and bounces throughout the space during all of our awake hours. The Craunlets often join me in here when I am on task, or wrapping someting up. Two small-backed chairs stand in front of the window.
I've seen this view a hundred times or more:
I've watched them perched upon those chairs together watching the rubbish and recycle trucks roll by for their weekly collections. They've watched the road be repaired for broken water mains, gas leaks, and recently a fresh resurfacing. Any time we are expecting guests, I can count on finding them here, in ready position to spy out our expected visitors.
So imagine my delight, when my visiting niece captured this shot as she arrived with her husband for a family dinner.
|Photo credit: Jacki Folk.|
So this is what the other side sees? These two completely slay me.