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It's actually the charming little house occupied by the St Stephen's Green park keeper in Dublin

 

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Some of you may recognize this old house. I recently took another trip back, and the man who owns it was mowing the grass. So.... I got a little history.

 

The Guyitt house was built circa 1845 and purchased by the current owners grandparents Roy and Ethel Guyitt. Their children a son and a daughter remained in the home until the daughter passed away in 2003. At that time the grandson Pete purchased this home to keep in his family. He does maintain the exterior as best as can be, there have been wedding photos taken here among other countless stories he was happy to share ~ thank you so much Pete

 

Still away but trying to keep up, hope you are all having a wonderful weekend, it's sunny here in Nova Scotia today, a great day for adventures

~xo~

 

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Don't go inside the house-light is just trap....!

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Shot in Orlhaguet - Aveyron - France -

 

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This house sits quietly in the middle of nowhere, miles from any occupied building. Most of the snow had melted around here and we enjoyed above average temperatures.

 

Another found subject (previously visited) during the TAG project hunt! This would have been quite the house...

Texture by Lenabem-Anna J.

 

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

in central Illinois

Originally built in 1891 as Bidston Court it was moved to its current location in 1921 and renamed Hilbark

Enter This Deserted House

 

But please walk softly as you do.

Frogs dwell here and crickets too.

 

Ain't no ceiling, only blue.

Jays dwell here and sunbeams too.

 

Floors are flowers - take a few

Ferns grow here and daisies too.

 

Swoosh, whoosh - too-whit, too-woo

Bats dwell here and hoot owls too.

 

Ha-ha-ha, hee-hee, hoo-hoooo,

Gnomes dwell here and goblins too.

 

And my child, I thought you knew

I dwell here... and so do you

 

Sheldon Allan Silverstein

 

Thanks to NinianLif for the texture

For once it wasn't totally overgrown with trees...Northwest Iowa. And sad.

Textures by Distressed Jewel and Boccacino on Flickr.

or, the Chook Hilton, for SlidersSunday.

Some Manor House in Cotswolds. My journey in UK.

Home of William Morris, 1860 - 1865

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.

The Castle House - An old House in Sintra (Portugal ) near the train station. When i see it i just imagine this scenery !! The lamp was transform to give a retro gothic mysterious element, and also the monk in the window ! The Shadow on the wall house was based on the famous Sculpture by Katharina Fritsch "The Monk" (1997-99).

A quick HDR ox Exbury House in Exbury Park.

Texas - early morning....a ranch house in the "Hill Country"......

A little house I found on Whidbey Island.

Hwy 20, near Thibodaux, La.

 

Kind of a funky crop due to not so aesthetically pleasing surroundings.

 

This photo is straight - the church and that tree are leaning that much!

Andrew haileys house in a different light!!

The Christian House in Heritage Park, San Diego. Heritage Park has preserve some of the Local Treasures(Houses), that would have been otherwise destroyed in the name of progress. The covered windows are due to current renovations

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