Old Farmhouse (architecture ). Photo by nanapoo
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Old Farmhouse

Uploaded by: nanapoo

Friday March 1, 2013



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9. luvne32
5:23 PM GMT on March 07, 2013
Nice architectural and sense of place, Sharon.
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8. line
1:32 PM GMT on March 07, 2013
very beautiful!
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7. whooper
6:11 AM GMT on March 05, 2013
This reminds me of the Sunday Houses that so many farmers built in the Hill Country of Texas, especially the rock part. They came into 'town' on Sat.to shop, spent the night there and went to church on Sunday.
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6. nanapoo
5:51 PM GMT on March 03, 2013
Thanks everyone. I would guess the frame house to be turn of the century with the stone part mid 1800's.
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5. windchimes1
2:54 AM GMT on March 03, 2013
Nice one Sharon. I love the stone part in the back.
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4. Hotzenwaelder
2:29 PM GMT on March 02, 2013
A wonderful picture of a beautiful house. It looks like the front of the house was built onto an older stone house.
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3. WeatherWise
7:10 PM GMT on March 01, 2013
Nice - and your snow is almost gone but looks like
some is still around. My mama always said
that it was waiting for more when the snow did
not completely go away.
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2. WurzelDave
6:36 PM GMT on March 01, 2013
How old is it?
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1. ColoradoKat
6:30 PM GMT on March 01, 2013
Great house in a beautiful setting! I like the
rich, burgundy color, and the combination of
siding and rock work is very cool. Neat shot,
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