Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Dormer View/ Sepia Scenes

Dormer with open shutters

I like the shutters shaped like the window!

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12 comments:

Small City Scenes said...

I like the little window with matching shutters. Looks great in sepia.

I for got about Sepia Scenes--Drat!!!

MB

jabblog said...

Very pretty - it looks Austrian or German :-)

Carver said...

I like those shutters too. I also like the carving above the window.

Jacob said...

I've lived in dorms before but never have seen such dormers! Beautiful shot.

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Rose said...

I was wanting to see this close up! I like it even better now that I can see it better.

Annie said...

Oh now THAT is interesting. Do I see the faint reflection of a clock in the window?

Ralph said...

What a great find! The style seems to be of the far distant past (Chas. Dickens England?). A beautiful house that feels like a cottage cozy in the woods...

sniehans said...

Very neat details!

Marice said...

beautiful! :)

u may view mine here

Patti said...

Neat looking house and the curved shutters.

It looks Old World to me. Definitely Austrian or German, like jabblog said.

kaye said...

the detail work is so lovely

Lindy MacDuff said...

Nice custom-fit shutters. Love the S-shaped handles on them, as well as the decorative scroll work on the dormer frame. Beautiful in Sepia.

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