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Some of the little houses in Stromness, Orkney

A cloudy day in Cadzand.

Sorento Road School ... long abandoned one room school house

in central Illinois

Old house a few miles W of Petit Jean State Park.


3 shot HDR processed in Photomatix.


It's not the first time I've shot the old house. See below.

Mother Earth will have this all back someday.

Maison du chasseur


A typical village house. Village Nazimovo in the Tver region. In the village there are only 6 houses and only one resident. I came to this place to visit a friend of Natalia, she has a huge farm and two houses ... but after she has seen her husband, she has to sell it all.

Canon EOS 7D | Sigma 10-20mm | Hoya ND400

f/14 | 30s | 10mm | ISO 100

HDR from 1 RAW

Explore Highest Position: #1 (according to flickr-explorer)

Each time I travel Highway 395, I stop at this little house to see if it’s still standing. This year my thoughts turn to wondering about which of us will be the first to fall… this structure is tough. Probably like the Folks who built it.


(Nikon D750, 16-35/4.0, 1/25 sec @ f/5.6, ISO 100)

This tiny little village surrounded by Pyrenées in every direction has to have one of the best views I've ever seen. As well as charming stone houses (very typical to the place).

Montecute House, Montecute, Somerset, England


National Trust


Favoured dinner guests were often asked to retire to one of two pudding houses, which offered extensive views over the parkland, for the third course of fruits, sweetmeats, quince, jelly and sweet spiced wine.

Private houses in the city of Sergiev Posad.. Moscow region. Sun before sunset in cold winter time.

Houghton House is a ruined house located near Houghton Conquest in Bedfordshire,The house was built in approximately 1615

Mayfield House, Portlaw, Co. Waterford, Ireland.


There would have been a time when this area was an absolute hive of activity with workers from Portlaw and surrounding areas coming and going from the nearby tannery. Mayfield House was at that stage the national headquarters for Irish Tanners Ltd, however following the collapse of the Tannery in the late 1980's Mayfield House was also left go to rack and ruin, a sorry end to what was once a very fine property.

A Detached seven-bay three-storey over basement Italianate house incorporating fabric of earlier house constructed for the Malcomson family, whose cotton mills were nearby. Originally designed by William Tinsley, with later additions of 1857 including the tower by J.S. Mulvany. Now sadly ruined, the building has been largely stripped for architectural salvage. The tower remains a dramatic focal point.


The base image was captured around 2005.


Better in the light box.

Thanks everyone for your visits, comments and favs.


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Gaspésie / HDR 5 RAW

Tŷ Mawr Wybrnant is owned by the National Trust and has been restored to its probable 16th-century appearance.

Tŷ Mawr,translates as "Big House"

It was the birthplace of Bishop William Morgan, first translator of the whole Bible into Welsh.

He began work on his own translation of the Old Testament in the early 1580s and published this, together with a revision of Salesbury's New Testament, in 1588.


Wales 2013 05 688 Ty Mawr Wybrnant HDR

haha! I wish :)! Maybe one day...

Old farm house ... somewhere in east central Michigan ... texture by Joe's Sista


As seen in the National Trust Magazine 2019

In this nice pasture, it almost looks like the yard is maintained. Maries County, Missouri. The righthand part was added on to the original cabin. The original logs of the cabin were covered with siding.


Originally uploaded September 17th, 2014

Fantastic old church houses next to the Kennet & Avon Canal in Kintbury. Maybe one day I'll live there!

Blue roof house photo on road 132. L'Anse-à-Beaufils in the town of Percé. This house used to be a one-room school. This shot was taken from a moving car...that's why my composition is so tight :)


Cette maison au toit bleu à Percé en Gaspésie a déjà été une école avec une salle de classe. Photo prise à partir d'une auto qui roule...d'où le manque d'espace autour.

Old farm in Glaumbær in northern Iceland.

Because of the scarcity of wood on the island, turf was used to build houses in Iceland. This old farm from the late 18th century is built in burstabær style, with its wooden ends or gaflar.

added a fractalius layer to previous image


used my favorite texture by Mat textureonline

My Little House

by J. M. Westrup

I have a little house

With windows and a door,

Two chimneys on the top,

And a plot of grass before.


I have a little house,

With curtains and a blind,

Two chimneys on the top,

And a plot of grass behind.


I have a little house,

Where I go in and out,

Two chimneys on the top,

And a garden all about.

rockford kids, quit ruining houses

Red House, architect Philip Webb. William Morris had this built 1860. It cost him £4,000. He lived here for just 5 years and never built another house but for five years it seems that this place was like a playground for the idealistic romantics and poetic medievalists in his circle and a bunch who ended up being considerably influential on the course of aesthetics and taste in Britain for most of the 20th Century. From the same ideals and cross-fertilized international beginnings, Germany ended up with the Bauhaus and Britain ended up with an aesthetic of nostalgic retrospection. Shame, that. But don't we love William Morris, anyway?


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Ickworth House is a country house outside Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England. It is a neoclassical structure topped by a giant rotunda in a park laid out by Capability Brown. It is in the care of the National Trust (Explore #192


This is a old house in Whitley Gardens, CA.


Strobist Info: Two SB-600s triggered by SB-800 in Commander Mode. There is one SB-600 left of the front door lighting the wall and another SB-600 right of the front door lighting the wall. I removed the sb-600s in photoshop.

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From the archives - repost!


Rouen was a very prosperous medieval town, which can be seen in the great churches of the city which still stand. But the town is also known for its great collection of half-timbered houses which still survives - though many are very crooked and loopsided. There are some 2000 in the city, dating from the 13th century and onwards, with over a thousand restored to keep their original charm. The poem Les Feuilles d'automne by Victor Hugo celebrates the old town.

All the front houses of Bryggen have been rented out as commercial shops catering to the tourists and the townspeople. But at the back are these wondrous well-preserved wood houses that jump out of your senses. They are an amalgam of tradition, function and drama.


Bryggen, Bergen, Norway, summer of 2004


more postcards from Bryggen in

Shame about the wheelie bins but as my hubby told me whenever i moaned about something, I cant have my way all the time ! ! ! ! ! !


used my favorite texture by Mat textureonline

This charming cottage is made of slabs of native limestone, and affectionately called a “giraffe house”, or a house made of “giraffe stone”. I have several other houses and other buildings made of this stone in my photostream because frankly, I am fascinated by them! I’ve seen them all my life, but only when we made trips to the Ozarks. Now that I live here, I can see them every day and take even more photos of them. Lucky for me, maybe not always for the viewer who might not be as fascinated as I still am! Great article!

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