Thursday, 23 July 2015

Two worlds- the old and new houses.

24th July 2015


I love cycling and watching houses which are located near my route. Most houses are very modern but it is possible to come across houses from previous centuries. Some of them are abandoned but some have their residents..

 Probably the owners left this world many years ago,.


The barn- most of were built in this style.. the agricultural equipment were stored here



 It is lucky property still have residents
 Charming windows with flowes

 The house is nested next to he hill

 Wooden logs are used to build these old houses..

 Flock of ducks..

 This one abandoned, too. But luckily some city residents buy those houses and rebuilt them as summer places..


I the background modern houses

 The look so impressive..

 The new houses are made from concrete or brick.. But concrete is much more popular.

 21st century..
















Have a nice day!!!!

13 comments:

  1. They are nice looking houses but perhaps not so warm in the winter.

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    1. Andrew, probably you are right, those houses don't have central beating only the stoves ..

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  2. I posted about newer homes today too! It's fun to compare the old to the modern. Have a nice weekend. xo

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  3. I love those solid old houses and it's so wonderful they are kept in use. I bet those big solid logs will continue to last for many years to come.

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    1. Cynthia you are right houses from wooden logs are very strong and solid and they cal last for many centuries

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  4. I like the first old house, looks interesting.
    The newer house look nice...

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    1. The first house as I know it was built about 1880 and some of the logs were paited in white . At that time it was very popular..

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  5. I love the old houses, always cooler in the hot weather. Thank you for sharing with us.

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  6. There's something about an old abandoned barn, isn't there? Thanks for sharing your photos.

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  7. I love the old log cabins.

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  8. Enjoyed your photos of the houses and buildings!

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