With the leafless trees and dark building, it looks like something out of a Bronte novel.Thanks for your comments on my Tropical FNQ blog - it was wonderful sailing at sunset.Hope your Christmas was wonderful and all hte best for hte new year.Cheers.Melbourne Daily Photo
A nice setting for a movie!!!!!!
Mary, I have been following your terrifc pictures from the Grosse Pointes and our non-profit news & information website--GrossePointeToday.com would be delighted to post some of them and include a link to your blog and website. We have a number of pros volunteering art and copy from time to time. Happy Holidays. Ben Burns
Thanks so much BFG, Marie, and Ben for your kind comments.Ben, you are welcome to use any of my photos and I can send larger ones if you wish. Take any you want, just CREDIT me and let me know.
Marie is right: perfect for a movie!
Thanks, VP!! :-D
A cottage, eh? Very, very nice.
It;s Cotswald Cottage style and stone. Not everyone defines "cottage" the same way!!!!
Gorgeous - those Edsels lived well. Snow is the only time color becomes B&W.
It does look a lot like a BW!!!
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