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Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Wordless Wednesday: Little Cabin in the woods

Note- These were taken three months ago when everything was still green at the Paul Green Cabin in the NC Botanical Garden.

Another view so you can see the cabin -

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13 comments:

jams o donnell said...

Wonderful shots Carve but then I know I'm always in for a treat here! Happy WW!

Dora said...

Did u stay there? :)

Carver said...

Thanks so much Jams.

Hi Dora, To answer the question about the cabin, it's a cabin in a botanical garden and they do have classes in there for children from time to time but I don't think anyone sleeps there. It was the cabin of a NC playwright and botanist and some years after he died they had his cabin moved to the botanical garden.

Napaboaniya said...

I love the cabin :) It will be real nice to vacation there, soaking in all the scenic views from there :)

Lori said...

Great shot. Its so rustic! Happy WW:)

Beth F said...

Nice shots! I like the cabin one in particular.

Sue said...

Beautiful shots Carver! Happy WW :)

mommanator said...

so peaceful looking. it doesn't need words!

Indrani said...

Lovely greenery around the cabin, so rightly called the green cabin.

DNLee said...

Great photos, as usual. Happy WW, Carter

Horsoon said...

Three months ago "everything was still green". I wonder how it's like now?

SandyCarlson said...

Thanks for taking me back to the leafy season!

Raven said...

What a magical looking spot. Beautiful photos.

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