Red

By: Lesley

Mar 09 2011

Category: Burlington

13 Comments

Aperture:f/4.8
Focal Length:23.1mm
ISO:100
Shutter:1/0 sec
Camera:DMC-TZ3

Red brick, red trim, red shutters, red windows and a red flower pot. An old house on the main street of Campbellville.

Participating in Rednesday and Window Views

13 comments on “Red”

  1. Such a great shot of that beautiful window! I love all of the teeny, tiny panes at the top!
    Happy REDnesday,
    Carol

  2. What an interesting building. No mater where you live or how much you pay for a house or building, it will crack.

  3. I’m not sure I’d like to live that close to the street, but at least there are curtains to keep passersby from peering in!

    A RED-LESS DAY?

    “Oh, my goodness, oh, my dear!
    Don’t you think it’s very clear
    That a red-less day’s a drag?”
    Said Ms. Foxy Scarlet Hag.

    © 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

    Lazy Days

  4. What wonderful character that building has, I would love to live in a house like that. Thanks for visiting me today, I’m so glad you introduced yourself.

  5. Can I move in today?! A house with a heart, I can tell!

  6. P.S. and beautifully photographed with the steps going up along the side!

  7. A very monochromatic house — intriguing!

  8. belle fenetre avec son vitrail au dessus

    Publicity ;o) Every Friday (and the Weekend), The Challenge “Walk In The Street Photography”

  9. another beauty. i wonder why the shutters only go halfway.

    http://calrat.blogspot.com

  10. A window in red and white – nicely done!

  11. I like that attractive window.

  12. Oh, how charming! I would dearly love to get inside and view the world from there…the light must be lovely coming through those small upper panes…:)

    Lynette
    Imagination Lane


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