Monday, March 23, 2009

The Seven Sisters Inn - last showing





This is the final assortment of Seven Sisters photos. The fireplace is somewhat typical in that all the rooms have fireplaces, I believe. The second photo is the "Cowboy" bedroom. The third is one of the bathrooms, and the fourth is the Gazebo area where a wedding was held the night before we took these photos.

We're hoping that a buyer can be found and the inn can be saved. Can't have ghosts running around without a house to haunt!

18 comments:

sixmats said...

Looks like a nice place to have a wedding.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

this looks like a fabulous Inn. Just gorgeous.

Jarart said...

Such a grand place, very unique. Hope it gets a new owner.

magiceye said...

here's hoping the ghosts are not rendered hauntless!

cieldequimper said...

Well... I really hope it's saved.

Saretta said...

This looks like a cozy place to stay. Hope they are able to stay in business.

Aisha said...

You have awesome shots in your blog. :) I enjoyed visiting.

Lois said...

This place is too beautiful to close! I hope it finds a new owner.

Vogon Poet said...

I love this place and hope they really find a buyer to save the Seven Sisters. Thank you again for showing us these delightful rooms, your photos are gorgeous.
P.S - I'd like to sleep in the cowboy bedroom!

JM said...

What a very eye-catching place this is!

Tricia said...

That bathroom counter top & sink is so elegant - very pretty! Is there ghosts there? Cool!

D said...

What a beauty. Surely someone will save it from demise.

Joy said...

I think I'd enjoying staying at this Inn. I love the vivid colours.

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Jacob said...

@Tricia - The last word I've received is that at least one of the ghosts is of a youngish girl - 13 maybe...supposedly her voice has been recorded...

I don't believe any of this s....aaargh......

Babooshka said...

So ornate. Ghostly goings on. Now that would be a photo.

Jacob said...

@Babooshka...I agree...the trouble is, as you know, that you can't photograph a ghost...even if you see them and snap the picture, it comes out blank.

Or so I've been told. Heh, heh.

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

Stopped back to visit our favorite photos (moon over Ocala and Swamp) and happened upon the Seven Sisters. It would be tooooo sad to let this place go. It needs to continue.

We have a few ghost frames in iPhoto, at least that's what it feels like. You open the program, scroll past them and "poof" the 2-3 photos disappear. Of the 5 that do this, four of women and one is of a house. The more practical cause, likely, is pulling out the flash drive improperly!

Los Angeles Suburbia said...

These are stunning photos of an amazingly beautiful Victorian, with all the flare of intrigue and legends.

I like the tones, the details and the wonderful decor.

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson