it's probably

strange but i've photographed this side of this house several times in all kinds of weather and with all kinds of different cameras.

 

(i have terrible window-envy!)

 

and, it snowed today. a lot! i really loved it. i'm not used to this.

  • SaraCrowe?! 6y

    haha i thought it was one picture too!
    this is absolutely gorrrrgeous
  • Alex Perez 6y

    i love the composition of this set
  • Michela 6y

    What an amazing shot. I definitely have window envy too! I love the way the brick looks on the white... and also how the trees look... and the snow. Fabulous all over.
  • scott w. h. young 6y

    beautiful, very beautiful
  • orangetuwie 6y

    wowww greattt diptych!
    love the color theme
    carried out very well
  • lupo grigio1 6y

    scatto meraviglioso!
  • Oge U. 6y

    great dyptich
    the pictures work so well with one another
  • Cherree Ward 6y

    these two are beautiful side-by-side.
    Love the clean, fresh fell of this.
  • Bree Bailey 6y

    i love this!
  • oldsads 6y

    Wonderful composition. Great mood and 'old' kind of feeling. Superb!
  • Andrea Tipple 6y

    love the mood...it reminds me of my grandmother's house :)
  • laurynfish 6y

    beautiful! (:
  • r leigh p 6y

    wonderful
  • Melisa Fernández 6y

    this is really beautiful
  • Paige Gabert 6y

    i love the mood.
  • Andrea Sciascia 6y

    full love : ) *
  • Sean Naderzad 6y

    Beautiful! And I didn't even notice it was a diptych until I read some comments.
  • anda logn 6y

    it's certainly photogenic. the trees fall away nicely, the house is warm and comortable, especially with the window details...
  • Yvette Inufio 6y

    This is perfect, awesome, beautiful....
  • Richard Käll 5y

    Great tones, well done!
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