Monday, January 31, 2011

is it possible for a house to show emotion?

this place seems to beam with excitement over the new owners who moved in last week

27 comments:

Arija said...

Wouldn't I just love t be the new owner!
I'm sure it is as glad as glad can be. Houses are like that, they so desperately need to be loved.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Regardless of whether the house is excited, I am sure that the new owners are.

With so many foreclosures, there are a lot of houses in need of love.

Sharon said...

That is quite a layer of snow on top of the house. Will the new warmth inside help to thin that layer?

Cezar and Léia said...

Ahh how lovely is this house!And so much snow around, it gave a special touch in this composition!
For me the emotion is something from childhood, from those adorable books, with romantic stories about Princes and Princesses, about poetry and angels, about a place where I can understand all languages , even animals...they also can understand me! :)
A good feeling for sure!
Léia

Jack said...

It is a beautiful one, although I really don't get the solid double doors at the left side of the porch. Renovations needed . . .

Jilly said...

This is enchanting. Good to know it has new owners that will bring it back to life.

Sharon Creech said...

Lucky people, beautiful house.

Anya said...

Yes this house is show emotion !!!!
Looks very special ....

Sunny said...

...and it's tears of joy turned to icicles.
Great looking house.
☼ Sunny

Virginia said...

Could that little dollhouse be any more adorable? And the frosting on the roof is perfect. welcome new family!
V

Kate said...

After looking through the upper windows, it looks like unpacking still needs some work. Sure takes a long time to settle into a new residence. I'm curious, too, about the double doors on the left side of the entrance. Very intriguing. The house looks well-maintained and very inviting.

brattcat said...

For those curious about the double doors, they were installed by the previous owner to create a storage area on the porch.

Malyss said...

Houses have souls,and memories; how could they not show their emotions?..

glenda said...

It looks pretty happy to me. Empty houses seem sorta sad.

cieldequimper said...

I should hope so.

Birdman said...

What a cool house with a lot of character. Interesting second floor layout I bet.

Leif Hagen said...

I love, love that style of Queen Anne older home! Lucky new owners! I just hope they're handy....

Bob Crowe said...

Uh, I don't know. Is it possible for the porch to collapse under the weight of snow? I think this one has been tested.

Small City Scenes said...

A full house is a happy home. MB

Jacob said...

That is a gorgeous renovation! My favorite type house. But what's all that white stuff? Where's the green grass? Sheesh!

VP said...

To move into a new house is always so exciting!

BlossomFlowerGirl said...

It looks like it's waiting.

Amin said...

Hello!
I think it is possible.

JM said...

Gorgeous!

Doug Hickok said...

Wonderful photograph! Picture perfect, almost Currier and Ives-like in its beauty.

Sara said...

That is just a wicked cool house!

Adrian LaRoque said...

I think so, it depends who lives in it.