Ah! what do i say about this...I should plan to visit this place and stay for atleasat a week to enjoy the artistic beauties all around.Thanks for sharing these wonderful pics.
So, who used to sleep on this one? Amazing!!Missed you at Blogtrotter... ;(Have a great weekend!
Wow. This is one sturdy bed. It looks like the work of a master. And was it made for the fat King Henry the VIII?I also liked the photo on your blog yesterday. I take it the Red Lodge is a place people can go to, visit, or stay for the night or week end.Thanks for visiting my Brookville blog and for commenting there about the peanut butter on the trees.I hope you get to see my new blog about flowers. Our Flower Pot.
That is utterly gorgeous!
wonderful workmanship, great capture.
Royal Bed :P
Nice use of the natural lighting.....
Wow, a bed fit for a princes. What a great place to visit.
Love the details, beautiful shot.
I'm so enjoying the grand tour you are giving us of the Red Lodge. All is well here. Thank you, Ash, for asking at your recent comment. I'm writing some thoughts to be posted over the weekend. Stay tuned.
Is it ok to say the bed is creepy?Thanks for visiting Norwich Daily Photo and leaving your comment. Come back tomorrow!joyA Pinay In EnglandYour Love CoachI, Woman
The wood has very rich colors. This room has a warm, lived in feel to it.
Why the bed has to look like a house? I don´t get that, but I get it that it looks really grand!
I love that carved four poster bed. So antique looking and cozy.
fit for royalty!
Quite an impressive structure! The wood tones are so warm!Fine shot.
That is one massive bed! What elegant and grandeur.An excellent shot.
I need just that for my tired self now.
wow o wow! that would be a beautiful room to be!lovely wood carvings and very romantic..!
wish i could stay there for a week.i wonder how they created it so perfect!
Royal bed! Simply rocks.
It really looks inviting with its clean pillows and sheets! ... and one can draw the curtains!
What a fabulous bed. Very well captured, Ash. Have a nice week.
Nice shot....seems like u r doing grt with ur dslr.....
Very nice bed! Looks like the kind of place I could prop up some pillows and read a good book...then fall asleep.
I like your Red Lodge series. Shannon comes home from India in a few weeks. She has loved her time in India.
wow. i will feel like a royalty when sleep in one of those. great shot.
Bella imagen. Transmite antigüedad.Besos desde Barcelona
artistically beautiful and such history and detail. can you imagine what life must have been like.
Hi Ash! Just dropped by to tell you that Blogtrotter has a nice lunch location for you. Enjoy and have a great weekend! I’m having the benefit of the holidays in Portugal this week... ;))
Wonder who sleeped in such a bed ...Great series this red lodge of yours.Remembered me of the great times I had visiting Loire Valley!Hope all is well with you Ash.
it looks so rich and beautiful. like the ones used by raja-maharajas
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