• The only visable bit of contrustion visable. They were working on it while I was there.

Falling Water, Pennsylvania

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Pree0731, jimsc, eclctc~gal, and 10 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. balaclava9 106 months ago | reply

    is this taken from that rock outcrouping downstream where there's a trail to the view point? some people even say an architect considers certain viewpoints from which his building will look especially good, and therefore be well photographed. like gehry had certain person-camera-angles in mind.

  2. Phil Romans 106 months ago | reply

    If I recall correctly, there was a small path down the right hand side of the stream to an out cropping.
    I would be shocked if this view wasn't considered from the beginning as "the view" of the house.

  3. Kazooot 105 months ago | reply

    Beautiful shot. Lovely place to visit. The "problem" is that it is somewhat remote with the winter snows we have here. Thanks for posting. Best Regards.

  4. _mpd_ [deleted] 105 months ago | reply

    Nice shot... would love to see it sometime.

    "I would be shocked if this view wasn't considered from the beginning as "the view" of the house."

    No doubt!

  5. superka_01 86 months ago | reply

    Oh, the best shot of Falling Water i have ever seen! very "right" mood

  6. Phil Romans 86 months ago | reply

    superka_01 Thanks... though everyone seems to get this shot as it is a short walk on a path to this spot.

  7. eclctc~gal 65 months ago | reply

    wow. Is that someone's home? It's so beautiful, I would love to wake up to a water fall every day.

  8. Phil Romans 65 months ago | reply

    It was someone's home. More info here.

  9. ecosalonmagazine 24 months ago | reply

    Hi,
    Many thanks for releasing this image under a Creative Commons license. We just wanted to let you know we liked it so much that we've used it in one of our blog posts, here, with full atttribution: ecosalon.com/20-most-iconic-modern-american-homes/
    Cheers!
    Mike @ EcoSalon.

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