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Great photos. I love the way that you framed it out! I hope to learn more each day. I have taken over 6000 pictures since Jan. this year. I also took a basic class. Any imput is always welcome from you! Thanks for stopping by my place. Hope you are having a great weekend!
You know..... I wonder, one day, when the kids are grown and gone and we don't need a big house in a neighborhood anymore.... how will we live? I tend to think I would like something rather eccentric like that. I vaccilate between wanting to move very close in-town (walking distance to everything) or WAAAAAY up in the Blue Ridge Moutains, or perhaps down on the Georgia Coast. All 3 have disticnt advantages.I think you should knock on the door of this house and introduce yourself. Tell the homeowner that your "blogging audience" is waiting with baited breath for a Full Report!! :-)
This is so interesting - I would love what the homeowner was thinking w/ their choices - I think their porch along w/ the items arranged on it make it look so quaint. What would be even more interesting is what does it look like inside??
What a precious place...how lovely that you took the time to notice and honor the vision of the person who made this haven. It's fun to see the world through your lens.