First impressions are strong. Objects as well as people will at times give an instant surge of emotion – either positive or negative.
Our tour group stopped at a “typical English village”. Translate to lots of old buildings and shops selling tourist items including candy, photos, books, and clothing.
I saved money that morning. Our stop occurred before many of the businesses were open for the day. With the bookshop closed, I got out of town cheap.
It was also pleasant to take a stroll. I found a thatch roof to admire. And the village church to photograph. (It would be considered old in the United States. I’m not sure how “old” to be “old” in England.)
But the first thing that caught my eye – gave that first impression – as I walked away from the bus was this lovely cottage door.