Rose Pebble

By: Lesley

Feb 11 2013

Category: Burlington

12 Comments

Aperture:f/4.5
Focal Length:11.36mm
ISO:320
Shutter:1/0 sec
Camera:DSC-HX10V

I would like to know the story behind the name of this house. It has an interesting red and black door with an old style paint the house number on the window. I didn’t want to see any more snow, so looked for something in my files that was a bit more summery. Besides, I couldn’t get my car out of the garage all weekend for the piled up snow.

Participating in Whimsical Windows, Delirious Doors.

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12 comments on “Rose Pebble”

  1. I love this door and the name of the cottage. Stay warm! Your weather sounds awful!

  2. Just a guess, but that housing finish is called pebble dash. Was there a big rosebush there once upon a time? If so, then Rose Pebble Place would be about the perfect name.

    We’re not too far from you, in Dundas, and somebody skiied down the middle of my street on Friday. It’s been crazy, but things seem to be back to normal now. Hope you’re safe and well, too.

  3. Looks very cozy and well cared for.

    Hope you’re able to get out and about by now. That was quite a storm.

    ~Lindy

  4. I like the veneer work on the bottom of the door. Keep in and keep warm

  5. Wow, that looks lovely, what a welcoming entranceway!
    Stay warm!!

  6. Fancy paint job!

  7. I have been looking at my photos with green, too. Just so tired of the dullness. I am so glad you told that it was Pebble…I could make our Rose but not the P word…it is such a pretty place. I would like to see inside, too.

  8. There is a lot of interest in this photo. I love that door, and am intrigued by the plaster surface of the house as well. Yes, “Rose Pebble” does make one wonder why.


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