Weekly Photo Challenge – Room

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Room

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Photography PrintsI need more ROOM in my tub, which is my contribution to this week’s photo challenge.

My favourite thing to do is to relax in a hot tub with sea salt and bubbles and there is nothing better than an old-fashioned clawfoot tub. Why? Because they are deep and have the right angle somehow to lay in, plus they are free-standing so I can stick my feet over the edge anyway I like…if I like.

My tub here at the apartment is very shallow and small and I really miss the old clawfoot tub that I used to have many years ago. I  know that there are some wonderful modern baths that are very spacious and deep, but the first house I bought in Canada was built in 1905 and I just loved the tub that came with it.

When I was in my early twenties I lived in Sussex Gardens, opposite Hyde Park in England. I rented a studio flat there and it had a wonderful clawfoot tub that was not only deep, but it was exceptionally long too, I am not kidding when I say it was big enough for two!

The only thing that you can’t see in this image is the window. I love to have a bathroom with a window and to have it open for the breeze and to see the stars, if its possible.



June 12, 2014at 7:57 am

I have one of those ball and claw baths in my 2nd bathroom. It just fits in, wall to wall, with not an inch to spare. 🙂


    June 12, 2014at 10:20 am

    I am so jealous Sylvia :). That’s wonderful, I hope you use it….at least once in a while anyway.


      June 12, 2014at 12:21 pm

      I prefer my spa bath, but usually shower as it’s quicker. The grand kids love it though. 🙂


June 12, 2014at 6:38 am

Love this shot. Very appropriate for the challenge!


    June 12, 2014at 7:49 am

    Thank you Kongo :).

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