Friday, March 29, 2013

New little house for horse farm


20 comments:

longbeachpeninsuladailyphoto said...

Wow. This is gorgeous...but I don't think it's quite big enough to hold all my shoes and my collection of '57 Chevy Bel Airs. I like how you've made the photo look almost painting-like.

Pierre BOYER said...

Little ?????
;-)
Best regards,

Pierre

cieldequimper said...

Little house? Little? Joke, right?

Andy said...

There's no horsing around here. The work is almost complete on this cool looking house.

llandudnopictures said...

What a wonderful looking house! Still under construction I guess?

RamblingRound said...

Charming!

Hilda said...

Little! Oookay, if you say so.

Kcalpesh said...

If you call that little.... well then I live in a miniature :-D

Nice shot!!

Sharon said...

Little house?? I can't wait to see a big one.

Judy said...

Nice looking "little" place.

RedPat said...

A wee pied de terre!

Linda said...

Wow, what a gorgeous place!

Kay said...

Not pad for a little weekend getaway. It looks proportional to the checkbook and ego that goes with it.

Bibi said...

Back from India, as you see! I'd get lost in that house... I'm for downsizing. But it is pretty and your photo enhances its beauty.

Small City Scenes said...

If that's the little ouse I don't want to see the big one.LOL

Did you go to the restaurant at Pinnacle Peak. Betcha did. Did they have ties all over the ceiling? Well they do now. It has been there since 1957---has to be the only one. Houses everywhere now. Bob was there 20 years ago and said there were no hoses there then. Me, I guess I never been anywhere but in my mind. heehee. MaryBeth

Randy said...

If that's little I would hate to see a big house. Let alone clean it.

magiceye said...

This is so beautiful!

Birdman said...

Are they STILL building down there?

JM said...

Little house? OK! :-)

MJ said...

The sprawling size and Spanish Moss sort of remind me of a 21st century "Tara" from Gone with the Wind!

"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