Took a little trip around the corner from my house, came up with a few of these pictures. C&C is welcomed .
Yeah the outside is still not in the best condition but they've been working on it. They're trying to keep it very historically accurate on the outside which I can't imagine being an easy task. I've been there so many times and taken pictures so it's hard to come up with some new angles and ideas. Usually I get it from the otherside with the mowed grass. Thought I'd try something new and go through the tall fields and catch the sun setting on it but I didn't know it was downhill from there so I lost a lot of the house.Hi,
My first reaction on seeing these was what a shame that the house has been allowed to go to ruin!
So did a bit of research and found this:
Would seem your local community has worked hard to get it where it is!
As to the pics of the house, for me they do not give a huge amount of interest. However, the colour and light is very good.
I do like the first picture and the way you have caught the sun.
I see what you are trying to do with the last one, but I am not experienced enough to give advice on how to achieve it. Hopefully some of the pros will be along soon to help.
Thank you! I've been starting to appreciate Connecticut a bit more as I get older. I took a 300 level college class last semester just on CT History it was pretty interesting.nice pictures
and... chris... i appreciate that link, as well
i used to live in New Milford.... less than 50 miles to the west
thanks for sharing
wow...Thank you! I've been starting to appreciate Connecticut a bit more as I get older. I took a 300 level college class last semester just on CT History it was pretty interesting.