Eye-catching architectural detail, Part I: The Winterthur, Delaware

The last few inches of an elegant stairway bannister.  A manhole, covering a storm drain, plastered with floral filigree.  The ruffled ridge of a five foot clay pot.  These architectural details catch my eye and I can’t help myself.  I have to capture it on camera.  Some artisan, skilled in his trade, has left his mark.  Over the next few days I will be posting some of these photos – artistic detail from around the world.  Join me on the tour!


At the Winterthur in Wilmington, Delaware, USA.



We originally visited the Winterthur early in 2014 to see the Fashion of Downton Abbey exhibit.  You can view a blog post of that visit here.


Do you have a photo you would like to share as part of this series?  Email it to me at willtravelwithkids @ gmail.com along with a brief explanation of the location.  Please only submit personal photos of which you own the copyright.  Thanks!  Looking forward to sharing what catches your eye.

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