I hope you've had a good week.
You join us today as we link up with Amy for another Five on Friday, do have a look to see what else is going on.
This week I'm going to show you five windows and their views, not the beautiful stained glass ones, I've done that already here, but just windows for looking out of to see what can be seen!
One - Red House
This house was designed by Philip Webb for William Morris. Packed full of interesting details like the wallpaper, decorated ceilings and furniture, I love the windows which remind me of sleepy owls!
Looking out of the window, you can see a pretty garden.
Two - Scotney Castle
This is referred to as the new house built by the Hussey family from sandstone from the quarries of the old castle.
This is the view from their windows. How fantastic! It's the old castle left as a romantic ruin.
Three - Blenheim Palace
Birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill and the home of the Dukes of Marlborough, Blenheim is a spectacular place to visit.
There is some reaction between the colour of the stone, the light and the countryside that bowled me over but I was unable to capture it in a photo.
Four - Fenton House
This house has a wealth of treasures and a beautiful garden. The door on to the balcony gives a surprise view of London in the distance.
Five - 2 Willow Road
Not far from Fenton House, is this 1939 modernist property by Ernö Goldfinger. I think we need to look through the windows to the inside for this property as there are plenty of interesting designs and artistically arranged artworks to see, including items by Henry Moore and Bridget Riley. We'd need a ladder though!
Apart from Blenheim, the properties are now National Trust, do have a look at the links to see more about them as indeed they are feasts for the eye.
Thanks for calling in.