I was taking a bimble around the village not long ago with the good camera. Finally, Hooray!!
Simultaneously, I was pushing the Munchkin in her dog cycle that she is too short yet to peddle. I was so focused on her, crying and fussing, I didn’t realize why the camera wasn’t focusing. It was on “Manual Focus” (Wah! Mental tantrum!)
I did get some decent shots anyway. Not great, but decent.
This gate is a gorgeous pop of color in any season. It is kind of an unexpected delight for the eyes.
Yellow flowers along the fence are the village welcome sign for all who enter.
Almost every house has peppers hanging to dry some where on the house. I love them as a vibrant red decoration.
In this picture, see if you can find: 3 tires, 2 doors, and one bath tub.
I would love to fix up this house and make it mine! I love the arched windows and doors. Gorgeous.
I even love the weeds growing under the window. Is something wrong with me? I have porch envy with this house. I would love to have a cup of tea there and enjoy the view of the back yard/garden and the creek below.
Eater pastels come to mind with the look of these two beauties. We looked at them 3 years ago when we were considering buying a home in the village. Only one had an indoor WC or Toilet. Mold was everywhere at the back of the yellow house because it sits back against a hill and because they used porous rock to build. But I still like to have my own mental International House Hunters moment when I look at them.
Happy Weekend all!
I love those arched windows too. It looks like a house the Moomins would live in – just my kind of place. It’s reassuring that you like the weeds growing up the wall – too tidy is just worrying.