1905

Christmas Countdown 9.0

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Another Gingerbread House submission. I walk past this house every day. It’s nice to see these historical homes being restored. We had another house jacked up on on stilts 18 months ago while the foundation was repaired. ~Vic

If you’d like to vote:
Homes for the Holidays 2020

House On Sticks Gingerbread House Image One
Adult Category
12-09-2020
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Girl Holds Up House Image Two
Girl holds up the house.
Trick the Eye
12-09-2020
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House On Sticks Image Three
Window Insert
12-09-2020
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House Before Sticks Image Four
Prior to construction.
Folk Victorian Home
07-14-2020
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Work Progresses Image Five
Initial work begins.
07-21-2020
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Up On The Stilts Image Six
Just starting the frame
for the concrete basement/garage.
12-08-2020
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Christmas Countdown 8.0

Foto Friday: Tuesday Evening Trek 2.0

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I suppose I should have labeled the first post as Part I but…I neglected. Oh, well… All photos are my personal collection except the very last one. ~Vic

Tuesday Trek Image One
03-12-2019
Portrait angle of the same flower gathering.
Tuesday Trek Image Two
Opposite angle of that big tree.
Tuesday Trek Image Three
Setting sun.
Another flower group.
Bizarre rock pile beyond that.
Tuesday Trek Image Four
There are so many trails that run along the Eno.
So many lovely views…
Tuesday Trek Image Five
I can almost feel the sun’s warmth from this shot.
Tuesday Trek Image Six
Odd porcupine-looking tree formation.
Tuesday Trek Image Seven
What’s left of the old Eno River Pumping Station.
Open Durham Image Eight
Image Credit: opendurham.org
You can see the rock formation I had to climb over on the right.
All that’s left is the base.
Circa 1905