A lovely photo, Jacob an excellent choice for today's theme. I think of passageways as being dark but yours is clever with its colour and green countryside. I've always loved winding paths - much better than straight ones, it makes you wonder what is at the end.Cheers.Melbourne Daily Photo
Is it on business still? Love the red brick!
I've heard of a crack house but not a cracker house. :PSydney - City and Suburbs
Following the comment above of J Bar, Rochester has lots of crack houses... some are little, some are red, but none is safe to photograph this closely. This is lovely and secluded. Any vacancy?
Love the winding path. So inviting.
colored and quiet passageway
super shot. Love the path and the little house too. MB
What a pretty little cottage! And the brick path matches it so wonderfully. Uh, but what's a cracker house?
is that where they keep old "crackers"?don't mind me, I'm inappropriatelove the shadow of the tree!!and the walkway is lovely
Looks like a home!Cool museum!Léia :)
How beautiful Jacob and very old Florida! I love the brick path.
Okay, I have to ask too: what's a cracker house?Whatever it may be, I can imagine sipping a cool coke and eating Carr's crackers on the porch...
@ Ciel & all - Thanks very much for your comments! Here's a link re: Florida cracker houses. They are cool, I think, and more and more replicas are being built all the time.http://www.oldhouseweb.com/architecture-and-design/cracker-farmhouses-1840-1920.shtml
I would love this little house...I love the curved path leading to it and I love red.
Hopefully it keeps everyone from stomping on the nice green grass!
Ah, this is delightful! I didn't know about "cracker houses." I've been spending so much time working and blogging, I haven't gotten around to view, read, and comment as much as I'd like. I do appreciate your faithful :) visits.
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