Sunday, April 10, 2011

Sunday Stills...the Four Points





North, South, East and West. Took these while out in the early morning walking down the driveway and waiting for my ride to the meeting last week.

For more Sunday Stills......


Anonymous said...

Very nice. Is that your house? Interesting roof. :)

June said...

Oh, those hills! They just make my heart sing. If you look through the mists almost directly to your south you'll see me waving. :-)

The architectural detail on your house is gorgeous, and valuable! We had a historic building consultant for Small Pond who made up her own term for the decorative gable-end vent screens (DGEVs). Almost every house has unique designs.

Regular Guy said...

Still waiting for spring I see.

WildBlack said...

Nicely directed shots ;)

MTWaggin said...

Foggy, frosty (?) and brr, gives me the chills. I like how you decided to do them though

Linda said...

You south and east views are gorgeous....the one of the road looks like something around here. Amazing what each direction brings.

achieve1dream said...

Foggy. I want to see more pictures of the house. I bet it's gorgeous. Great pictures!

threecollie said...

Dibear, thanks, it is our house...that is the tower

June, well, hey there! I am waving back. There were two houses like this at one time, roughly across the river from each other. Sadly the other one burned down some time ago

RG, it is at least getting closer and most of the snow is gone

WB, thanks!

MT, thanks, it was chilly, but not at all unpleasant.

Linda, thanks, I was looking at yours and thinking that many of the views are astonishingly similar. That is the driveway up to the house.

Achieve, thanks, it is an amazing old place, but sadly in need of some serious paint.

DayPhoto said...

Beautiful! And since we are putting a roof on our house all I could think of was trying to roof that roof!

Cool photos!


threecollie said...

Linda, OMG, the roofs are a nightmare! Peaks and valleys and way up there in the wind (the pic is the tower, which is 72 feet high) Yowsa!

Janice said...

That was an interesting take on the challenge.