My house is falling down, but I discovered this morning that it is falling down in pieces, not in one solid lump. This is good.
Our shed really is collapsing and Owen is planning to take it down. What we will do with all the stuff inside it, I have no idea, but the roof is so covered with green growth if a branch falls on it, it will cave in.
Our shed does not make much of a picture. You can’t really tell how badly off it is. It looks okay, but it isn’t.
CEE’S BLACK & WHITE PHOTO CHALLENGE: BUILDINGS
In the city …
In our village …
And on Main Street.
CEE’S FUN FOTO CHALLENGE: BUILDINGS WITH TREES
This week’s topic is Building and Trees. Any building, any tree as long as they are in the same photo.
There are trees everywhere in the valley. I don’t believe you can find any building without a tree.
Without the dramatic colors of other seasons, I love the subtle gradations of color and light.
Can you see the house (above) tucked in between the trees?
Architecture, indoors, outdoors. Our cartons, cars, benches, porches, and pillars. All in cracking monochrome. Of course.
Buildings. Architecture. One of my favorite subjects. From the old barns all around the valley, to Victorian Painted Ladies, there is so much to see and admire.
One more payment, honey, and it all ours!
Farmhouse in Uxbridge village
From the front, Boston statehouse
Not a Victorian, a big farmhouse