Tuesday, September 8, 2015

A different kind of viewing pleasure

We took off on a little ramble today.  Up into Parke County...I have several shots I will be sharing today of a home in Rockville.  It could not have been a worse time to be there.  It was hot, humid, and the middle of the day.  Please remember you can click and enlarge the photos for a better view.
This first shot is through the front windshield.  I have tried a couple adjustments and have it looking more near what we saw.  It grabbed my attention first thing.  Then Roger says to look to the side past him.
I shot past him through the open window to get this.  It is in the back yard.  I would love to know just what it is.  Is it a garage?  an art studio?  a potting shed?  I don't think I could bring myself to use it as a potting shed....but still, I want to try to go back when leaves are down and drive real slow past this place!
This is their front door.  Look at all the details in the painting!
No this is on to the right of that front door a ways.  I think they must own the length of that block.  Again, through the windshield.  I think.  I just simply could not get it quite right.
And this little house was on down still farther.

Isn't this a beautiful place.  I would love to know the story behind it.  When I see a place like this, I wonder does family of the original owner still live in it. 


Anonymous said...

How beautiful! I love every detail and would love to learn more.

The Cranky said...

I've been past there and tried to photograph it; bungled it every time. I'll just enjoy your beautiful photos instead!

Judy said...

What a cute place. I'm loving the front door.

Sandra said...

my curiosity bump is HUGE right now wondering about all this and what they are... i love the house, and the other out buildings. a beautiful place

Small City Scenes said...

It is a beautiful place. I love it all and am curious as to it's story.
I am sometimes disappointed in noting that my pictures don't always reflect the image I saw with my eyes. But you must go back when more is visible.

Linda Kay said...

I think you just need to make up a story that fits the house. I love the gable decorations. And that last little house is adorable.

Nancy Chan said...

These are beautiful buildings. Looks like the last house is not occupied.

Ida said...

Wow that is a very charming home with super details that make it so lovely. - You really must stop sometime to shoot it closer.

Anonymous said...

This place does beg for one's attention. I hope you can learn more about it.