Sunday, January 6, 2008

Leiper's Fork House #2


This is another of the quaint homes located in "downtown" Leiper's Fork. I love the style of older homes and sometimes think that some modern houses they build today lack the character of the old ones. There are neighborhoods in Nashville and the surrounding areas where contractors are bulldozing older homes to build HUGE houses.

Please note: For the next week (and since last Friday), I am attending an intensive residency for my new MFA program. Therefore, I haven't had the opportunity to write the usual amount I write for my posts, nor have I been able to visit other blogs. I will catch up!!

4 comments:

Rambling Round said...

I would love to live in a cottage like this! I agree that many new homes don't have the character of old ones such as this. I love my small, energy-efficient brick, but it's plain architecture doesn't come close to the old Victorian that I grew up in.

slinger said...

Nashville 4, Minnesota 1. Your Predators looked sharp tonight over my Wild hockey team.

I really like the colors of the roof. It's a crazy mix of colors over the years. Nice capture.

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Me said...

As always, I am really enjoying your blog, Chris. These are really neat shots, and neat homes and places! Good luck with your MFA coursework.

And meanwhile, I have tagged you today! See my blog for details, if you can find the time. It's about New Year Resolutions. :D

quintarantino said...

It´s almost like a doll house...