Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Old Houses. And Ducks.

Photos by Salt Water New England
























15 comments:

  1. Great pics. So calming.

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  2. ...and a person, not in fleece, of course. This is one of my lucky days...a lazy day when I find a delightful set of pictures. I love the quality and the variety, even when you are focused on a particular subject. As always, thank you for contributing to my day in a very pleasing way.

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  3. I am in old-house heaven...beauty, simplicity, balance. I can't thank you enough for these beautiful photos. While I often long for warmer weather and more sunshine, these photos remind me of what brings my soul alive. The stone walls are icing on the cake!

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  4. So much texture and detail. Thank you for sharing.

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  5. Really can't get enough of those historic houses -- would love to see inside too!

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  6. Might I be bold enough to ask whence these photos came? Reminds me of Wickford, RI. I would appreciate any information about the locale.

    Thank you!

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  7. Beautiful houses and even more beautiful ducks.

    MaryAnne

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  8. Some mallards have homed in the pond in my neighbor's side hard this season. They are so take they are almost pets.

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  9. For the last few years, I have kept an internet folder filled with photos of beautiful homes (anticipating another move one day). I'm beginning to think that probably close to half the photos I have collected are those I've gotten from Saltwater New England. Thank you, Muffy, for all the photos of these gorgeous New England style homes. So inspiring!

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  10. Truly admire the simplistic Christmas wreaths.

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  11. A lot of them sell for less than you'd think . Nothing like the NW ( Seattle area ) pricing . Winters are a bit too brutal in New England for me ........

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  12. 2nd picture from bottom: That old, red saltbox has a true New England mailbox. Beaten and thrashed by the snow plows, but still functional, and, therefore, still unabashedly used.

    Poised right next to the stone wall, it just begs the plows to try and take her out!

    Aiken

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  13. Thank you for sharing your photos of the beautiful homes in New England. Reminisces of my vacations in Connecticut as a teenager.

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