Just a few more roofs in squares…

It’s July and the 30 day challenge from Becky.  ‘The Life of B’ has ended. But here are some that got away.

And possibly the building with the most magnificent roof of them all.
The Taj-Mahal

Once again a big thank you to Becky for hosting this challenge. I can’t wait to see what idea she has for September. In the meantime I hope she has a chance to put her feet up and relax. And a big thank you to everyone who took time to like and comment on my entries. It has been a fun month 🙂

And in case anyone was wondering which was the most popular of my roofs I had a look at the stats:

The winner is Lisbon on day 14 with 39 likes and 73 views. Ludlow, day 17 and Potting Shed, day 13 both received 61 views, but Prague on day 16 was next with 43 likes and 59 views. 

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June Squares | Roofs

It’s the end of June and another 30 day challenge from Becky.  ‘The Life of B’

A difficult decision as to what to post for my final roof. Should it be one of the most magnificent roofs in the world – The Taj Mahal? Or a simple slate roof with a dovecote on top? Or what about a Chinese pagoda style roof? A glass roof? Cruves? Red tiles? Round tiles? Another tin roof? Or the roof of a car.

So many choices. So many still not posted.

I’ll go with these splendid red Norfolk clay tiles and the sumptuous sail-capped roof of the Cley windmill. Where you can have a meal, or even stay in the windmill itself. Rent the entire place for Christmas with the whole family if you like. You get great views over the Cley marshes towards the sea and the bird life in winter is magnificent.

I hope you have enjoyed the month of squares and roofs. I certainly have and it has been great fun sifting through the archives and discovering just how many roofs I actually have. Once again thanks to the wonderful Becky for hosting this fun challenge. I can’t wait to see what she has in store for us in September. No pressure Becks 😀

June Square | 30th June

June Squares | Roofs

It’s June and another 30 day challenge from Becky.  ‘The Life of B’ This month she is looking for a roof or roofs or even rooves. Follow the link for the rules.

Down at the exposed Lizard Point, the most southerly edge of mainland Britain, is this little gift shop which looks to have rocks cemented all around its roof to stop it from blowing away in those blustery winds!

June Square | 29th June