Monday, April 27, 2009

An award-winning house


We drove by this house the other day and noticed a sign in the front yard proclaiming it had won some kind of award for being a terrific house. So, naturally, I had to take a photo. It's an older home in the historic district that has been restored.

17 comments:

Jarart said...

It does look like a terrific house. Glad you shot and shared it. I love these old houses.

Small City Scenes said...

Yay! for being a terrific house!! I would take a picture too. It is a beauty. MB

Per Stromsjo said...

Not bad at all. Then again, in this season and in that kind of weather, most houses would look award-winning.

Abe Lincoln said...

This is a very nice home. I like it. None of my homes are close to this one. Nice photography.

Vogon Poet said...

The house is fine, but what kind of flag is that?

Jacob said...

@ Vogon Poet - I don't know...looks a bit like a revised American flag. Or maybe it's a pirate flag. People around here fly all kinds of flags from their houses and trees. I can't figure them all out...dumb.

JM said...

Fantastic colours on this shot!

cellini.k said...

what a great capture jacob. i love this one, the colour is so contrast,the blue sky,the green tree.very nice. good job!

Lois said...

Gorgeous! I like the stone and the porch, especially the columns.

Cezar and Léia said...

Beautiful house indeed!
Fantastic shot!
Léia

BeachILike said...

Obsolutely agree with cellini.k

Boise Diva said...

It's impressive - and stone like that is so unusual for a home these days.

cieldequimper said...

It is a terrific shot of a nice house. I wonder if it's as terrific inside as outside!

Bath Daily Photo Blog said...

Love the blue sky...

Joy said...

I would have liked to have seen the interior! Go back there and ask if you can take a peek inside :D

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Lisa Wilson said...

Interesting rock!

susieofarabia said...

It's a beauty!

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