Sunday 22 November 2009

Who's hiding in here then? - # 09/159

I know that you enjoy the Ham House moments. 

Here the House has been "put to bed" for the winter and the conservation work continues while the visitors are kept firmly outside! 

The "conservation cleaner" is hunting for signs of the insect world who may have decided to try to move in and eat the house for dinner when no-one is watching.


  1. Do you have a VIP pass as a blogger? Great shot of a magnificent place which looks like a jewelry box!

  2. Will we be kept firmly outside this winter C? I hope not. BTW, next Sunday for my churches of Paris/Fr series I will feature some restoration work I happened upon at St. Germain des Pres in Paris this summer.
    I thought about you when I took the photos.

  3. Hi Stuart! Amazing! You get inside easily... no need to disguise in insect... ;)))

    Blogtrotter has an astonishing display of works of art by contemporary artists in the streets of Bilbao for you to enjoy. Have a great week!

  4. Perfect light on these Ham House pictures!!

  5. Tu aurais peur en Guyane : il faut se méfier des termites et de toute façon il est impossible de faire quoique ce soit. Alors on refait les charpentes... Il y a l'humidité et la moisissure aussi.