It’s a season of political campaigns in the States, so the word “crooked” seems to pop up at every turn. It’s tiring, to say the least, so let’s turn this beast around. Today’s post is brought to you by the word “crooked,” as seen through the eyes of European town squares.
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I love getting your latest posts to my inbox. These photos reminded me of the Burrow from Harry Potter- not exactly mismatched and pieced together, but real life crooked houses 🙂
Absolutely! You know, they say that the stage set for Diagon Alley was partly inspired by “The Shambles” in York, England. I should have included a photo of that road–it is charmingly crooked and winding! Thanks for reading!
These are wonderful!
lovely photos 🙂