Misty Morning

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18 Comments CherryPie on Oct 1st 2010

18 Responses to “PhotoHunt – Letters”

  1. Haha I was wondering why the ES until I looked harder and the penny dropped!

  2. Clever. What does ES stand for?

  3. Annie says:

    I like obscure ones like this! It’s a lovely place.

  4. It took me a minute to find it as well. Very clever.

  5. Liz says:

    I was lost, lol, until I looked closely. Great take on the theme.

    Have a great weekend.

    Liz @ MLC

  6. liz says:

    Why ES? Oh, I see others have worked it out; I’d better go and look again.

  7. jmb says:

    Shaking my head and laughing. How luck you are to be so close to all these wonderful historical places. I did live in London for two years, long ago and was in seventh heaven visiting historical sites.

    Happy weekend to you Cherie.

    • CherryPie says:

      I have to keep reminding myself that not everyone is as lucky as me in being able to visit so many wonderful places.

      I hope you have had a good weekend :-)

  8. Elizabeth Harwick was probably the most influential woman in England after Elizabeth I. I read a book recently about her. Bess of Hardwick was an amazing woman who, despite her links to people who fell in and out of favour with the Queen, managed not only to keep her life but outlived Elizabeth. One of Bess’ husbands, the Earl of Shrewsbury, was “keeper” of Mary, Queen of Scots… and was most probably driven mad by Elizabeth’s (the queen) refusal to properly reimburse him for his expenses or relieve him of this onerous duty.

    • CherryPie says:

      She is a fascinating lady isn’t she? Which book about her did you read? If you click on the letters ES in this post it takes you to my review of a book I recently read about her.