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Sunday, February 8, 2009

Monochrome Monday: More of the fixer upper




I decided to show you more of the house which I'd love to fix up (in my dreams), and which I showed the front porch detail on for last weeks Monochrome shot. I took these shots at the end of the summer of 2008 when the leaves were still on the trees.



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12 comments:

starnitesky said...

I like the refection of the trees in the window of the first photo.

Babooshka said...

I noted the reflection too, very delicate. I could wander around here all day with the camera. So many angles.

Mojo said...

This house looks vaguely familiar... I'm thinking Lynn or Lead Mine road maybe? Needs a lot of work, but it seems viable enough.

michael bird said...

So you are planning to fix it up? Big job but a lovely old house.

Robin said...

Great reflection of the trees in the window!

Torsdag said...

You are right, a wonderful house an a very good monochrome shot.

Aileni said...

It is a very fine looking place but I imagine there has to be a lot of wood to replace in these older ones. It is a style of building totallt foreign in our part of the world.

vincibene said...

Beautiful old house!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I love the detail on the gable and the porch is to die for. I can understand why you daydream about this house. ;-)

June said...

A fine house indeed! Nice takes too...

Daryl said...

So many interesting angles, its a good looking old house .. I am sure it has an equally interesting interior ...

mommanator said...

I Like the house reminds me of home in NJ

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