2010-01-07


Hairy house

18 comments:

  1. Me gusta la perspectiva y esas ramas recorriendo la pared, formando un conjunto natural y hermoso. Buenas fotografías las últimas que has ido subiendo, transmiten sensaciones y frío intenso.
    un abrazo y feliz año nuevo

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  2. Hairy house - nice and funny description ;-)
    I imagine how it must look pretty in spring and summer, when the hair will be green ;-)

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  3. To me there is always an air of mystery and aged opulence in vine covered houses.

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  4. I think they are gorgeous green or brown but I do worry about the oisture that they suck out of the mortar and what that must do to the stability of any structure.

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  5. realço os ramos nas paredes, imagino como serão belos na Primavera, excelente perspectiva, parabéns

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  6. Hairy, indeed! I like the look of creeping vines, especially on someone else's house.

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  8. indeed "hairy", but i do love the withered vines.
    it looks vintage not something i see here everyday. ^0^

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  9. gekonnt an der Wand festgewachsen.

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  10. Fascinating façade, I loved it! I bet it will be all green in spring!Really beautiful!
    Léia

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  11. What a mysterious place! Must be beautiful in summer!

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  12. Love your title...it made me laugh! It does look a bit hairy!

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  13. Funny title, made me grin. I really like your approach with perspective - I should try this myself instead of making "frontal" (?) photos.

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  14. :) Funny. I would recommend a shave but I know that the vines probably look beautiful in summer, so better not.

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  15. Lovely old building - love the arch. Plants growing on buildings look nice, alas they don't do much good for the building.
    Cheers.
    Melbourne Daily Photo

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  16. impresionante!!!!

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  17. Thanks for the comments.

    Ángel Corrochano: Gracias. Frío si hace!

    frankdejol: Thanks. I guess I will have to go back in a few months to see the green hair.

    Joan Elizabeth: That is the impression you get here, too. It is in an elegant old part of town.

    Julie: You must be right that they are bad for building.

    Hellag: Obrigado.

    RogerB: Thanks.

    arabesque: It is a very old part of town.

    Frau G: Ja, da scheint eine gewisse Kunst dahinten zu stecken.

    Cezar and Léia: Obrigado.

    joo: I am sure it will be beautiful in summer, too. But in winter the colours of the branches seem tomatch the doors!

    Stine in Ontario: Thanks.

    Martina: I thought the perspective highlighted the nice arch, but, also it meant I was not directly photographing into people's windows, which I do not like to do.

    Andreea: Shave! After all the hard work getting them to grow like that!

    BlossomFlowerGirl: The building must have been there for more than a century, so it must be pretty robust.

    Sonia. Gracias.

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  18. Yo quiero una casa con esa enredadera!! me parece que me tengo que conseguir un celular como el tuyo, porque el mio saca unas fotos muy malas!!! :)

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