Jan hosts this meme in which you must post a photo that hasn't been edited in any way.
In architecture a corbel (or console) is a piece of stone (the ones above are wood) jutting out of a wall to carry any superincumbent weight. A piece of timber projecting in the same way was called a "tassel" or a "bragger". The technique of corbelling, where rows of corbels deeply keyed inside a wall support a projecting wall or parapet, has been used since Neolithic times. Corbels can also be called brackets. These on this building in the village of Whitestone are quite plain.
This shot came right out of my new point-and-shoot digital camera, Canon SX110 IS. I used my 10x zoom from street level.
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