The title of this blog comes from a Gaelic expression -"putting on the poor mouth"-which means to exaggerate the direness of one's situation in order to gain time or favour from creditors.
that windmill is absolutely gorgeous!! Stunning.
Back in my old stomping ground again! Have you climbed to the top of the windmill?
Oh very beautiful! :) Happy WW!
Scene of many a boring school trip :-(How do teachers suck all the joy out of history?
The tithe barn is very intriguing. Easy to see that taxes were a lot bulkier back then! I would have been the one annoying kid in Chris's boring school trip that would have loved the tithe barn.Happy WW!
Very cool! I think it would make a fascinating trip! Happy WW :)
Can a windmill work with just two sails? This is a neat place. I wish I could hook up my house to it somehow!
Very cool! You always find such interesting places.
Fabulous!The windmill being my favorite of course...
that would be an interesting place to visit. wonderful shots!
I would love to visit here. They are indeed beautiful. Have a great WW. :)
Lovely pictures! I too am fond of the windmill--and I bet the museum is fascinating. Happy WW!
Great pictures. :)
I'd love to visit that place someday. Wonderful photos.
I really love the "Upminster Tithe Barn, built in 1450" pic... I think it is more the shape of the building...Happy WW, and thanks for stopping by...
I really love the photography on this blog. Well done. These shots look like 'classic' England to this Yank.
Great photos. The barn as a museum seems like a great place to visit. I do love how you've chosen to show the photos.
THanks everyone. Alison I have been to teh top of the windmill. It's worth seeing inside. It;s a shame that some teachers can take the joy out of a subject, Chris.
Those are some great pictures. I love the windmill one! Happy WW
really love the photo treatments! so appropriate!would love to visit one someday. :)happy WW
I love windmills and B&W photos. I am thrilled! :-)Happy WW!Mine is up at Tricotine
Very nice pics!Mine's up, too! Steph
OHMYGOSH I love history! I want to go visit!
1450 WOW!!! Great pictures as always. :o)Happy WW!!!
Pretty cool windmill. Everytime I see photos of windmills it reminds me of Holland, with women in wooden shoes. I just don't know why.Mine is up too.
I love the Tithe Barn. I've never seen one before.happy WW!
Great pics...I love the windmill and the black and white are totally cool. Happy WW.
I come from Dutch people, of course I love windmills.They have a lot of power generating windmills set up across the Texas countryside now. It's pretty interesting to watch.
The windmill is more than 200 yrs old. Is it still working? I would love to go up the windmill.
Love the classic effect. Btw, would you mind if I'll link you in my blog?
I love photo number 2! Great shots!
My first thought was "shall I tilt at it?"
Wonderful Photos. :) Keep posting Happy WW
very cool photos.Believe it or not I actually have one of my photos up this week.
Love the windmill!!
wonderful pictures!love the barn shots... perfect photo treatments.happy WW
What great shots. I would love to view these historical sites in person!
I'm fascinated by pictures of things and places I'll probably never get to see. I surely wish I could!
What wonderful pictures, Jams! Thank you for sharing a bit of your world! I love all three pictures, and the last in B&W is quite befitting!
there is something timeless about windmills. you captured these well...
cool shots. love that windmill especially.happy ww!amy
Simply amazing photos, thanks for sharing them!
great pics, the windmill looks very exciting!
Great windmill! I also really like the B&W of the interior of the barn.
Thanks for sharing.Happy WW!!
Nice photography1 love the classic look!
Love those images!!
Terrific series of photos.
If walls could talk wouldn't you love to hear what stories they could tell? Thanks for posting these.
Great Shots. Happy WW.
I love old windmills. Cool picture.
Are they working ? Did you have a nice visit there?
great shot and interesting about the museum
You always have the best photos! :)
great photos youve got in here!
These old buildings (and your photographs of them) are quite intriguing. Thanks for sharing them.
Beautiful pictures! and you have inspired a future ww of mine :)happy wednesday!
WOW! Such beautiful photos! TY for sharing:)
THanks everyone for your kind comments. Katya. I wopuld be delighted to exchange links!
wow! as usual perfect shots
You always have such great pictures here! That windmill shot is gorgeous! Thanks for visiting and I hope you get those vinegar fries soon!
Cool old buildings! What a lovely windmill. :)
That barn looks quite interesting!
Great pics! I'm so untraveled :( Maybe I can see some of these places when the kids are done with college (only 20 years to go, if we're lucky). happy ww!
What beautiful photos! I especially love the 2nd one.
As always, beautiful...
I love old windmills and barns.
How lovely :-) I haven't seen that many windmills, but there's always something gorgeous about them.
Barn looks so vintage
You always have such wonderful photo subjects. Very interesting! Thanks for visiting.
You always have the coolest pictures! Love the windmill especially!
I love to visit England anyway I can. Thanks for my visit today...
So much history! Imagine how many people have been there through the centuries.
The Tithe barn would be really interesting to go through and find out the history and how that worked. My WW shows a great example of how to humiliate your teens on the internet, lol.
Wow, 1450? I do not think there is anything near that old where I live. But I am not sure.
Wow Jams - nice pics! I love historical buildings, and adore thatched roofs. Great subjects for a WW, well done!
Great pics! The most interesting ones I've seen today.My Wordless Wednesday~Douglas-=-The Splintered Mind - Overcoming Neurological Disabilities With Lots Of Humor And Attitude
I didn't know that there were windmills in the UK, although now I remember to have seen one in Sussex when I was there in August. We have quite a lot here in Belgium especially near the dutch border.
Travelling around the US I always liked the windmills that were used to irrigate land. Remote monuments in flat land.
Thanks all. I like the way you put that Colin. You see a few similar windmills in the fens of East Anglia.
Wow, what interesting photos, and a little bit of history to boot!
1450 is unbelievable and it looks like a wooden building. We are proud of our old dates in New England yet we have no dates like that. Your history is so fascinating and deep.
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