Thursday, August 12, 2010

Mortar & mold...

This photograph by William Waldron has me completely captivated; the textures, the light, the history, the mortar, even the mold.  I am nearly speechless - which {as you know} is rare.
{My endless gratitude to Hvitt for sharing this alluring image.}

13 comments:

G. said...

Hey Leigha,
I'm your follower since a little while already too, and I'm happy you like my blog.

This is a really beautifull picture indeed. Old houses have always facinated me.

xoxo
G.

cherryblossomgirl said...

Looove it! ♥

A Perfect Gray said...

fantastic, babe...

GB said...

love that window and exposed brick. not the mold tho'...allergies!!

Harmoni og Kontrast said...

Haha, I had allready thought about making a post with this picture, Leigha! I think it was at Wabi&Sabi I first saw it. - It is just fantastic!!

Harmoni og Kontrast said...

And Leigha, thank you for that sweet comment at Paonote, it makes me so happy:-)

...by the way, I think you are great also;-) - but I think you allready knew that!

Hugs!

a Broad said...

Wonderful ! It has a fresh look to it, not dusty and musty and the red bricks cheer up what could be a dreary space.. and that window .. lovely.

I have to go see this Hvitt ~
chau, C

Kelle Dame said...

I love it when you can see the soul of a space. Stunning image!

Housewife Bliss said...

great light, I want a bath tub under the window.....

Style Attic said...

It's like the little area where the princess looks out over the beautiful land looking for her prince...William!

Charlotta Ward said...

What a picture! There is something about the red against the white, and that light.. Stunning!

x Charlotta

Emilies interiør said...

It's just beautiful! Love it!

Anne said...

Hi, Leigha,
I found you via Charlotta's blog. This picture just draws me in-- love the wall and gothic window. I have become your newest follower and look forward to spending some time with a cup of tea, sifting through older posts.
take care,
Anne

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