Thursday, March 5, 2009

this old house thursday

I frequently walk past this house as the sun is setting. Inside there are probably several pools of slanting light spilling across the floor as the sun drops into the west.

12 comments:

Jim said...

Not much of a porch. I bet its nice inside.

Antjas said...

Love the color! Looks like it could be from my neck of the woods. A neighbor has this same color and incrdedibly has only painted it once in the last 15 years. It just doesn't seem to fade or peel.

AbuDhabiDailyPhotograph said...

Wow - Is it still snowing over there? When will it end?

mo_inoh said...

I love the wood work around the door. nice picture

Ugo Perrier said...

I like this one.

To answer your question; I was told once but I don't remember from where "Susanville" got its name, and I can't find the website that explained why.

We've had some snow over there "geez", what did we do to deserve that, I'm asking you !

Take care.

cieldequimper said...

Beautiful, welcoming door!

Nabeel said...

I've always been fond of rust or brown colors. They have a warm feeling to them.

slim said...

I bet the light streaming in that window is gorgeous. I like the color of this house, doorway and trim around the doorway.

Clueless in boston said...

Gorgeous deep passionate color for a house. How many kids do they have:)

nanak said...

dokar is usually used in rural areas or outside the city. but we can also find them in some big cities in indonesia. people use the dokar as a transportation and carriage.
sory for the late answer :)

JM said...

Lovely! Very nice colour and great contrast with the snow.

Ugo Perrier said...

Yes, all the buildings at the college have stone facades and green painted roofs. You'll see it when I post photos of the College.

Take care