Posts Tagged ‘House’

The .Gif Friday Post No. 582 – Ice Ice Baby, Russian Generator & Pop’s House

Friday, 26 April 2019

[Found here, here and here.]

Tiny House With Wheels

Tuesday, 26 March 2019

I could live here.

[Found here via here.]

Casa De La Tortuga, aka Мэлхий зоогийн газар

Tuesday, 20 June 2017

I searched for the location, and it turns out to be in the Gobi Desert in Monglolia. A Reddit commenter added this:

“Its not a house, but a restaurant by the Flaming Cliffs/Dinosaur fossil site in the Gobi Desert in Mongolia. It’s not as big as it looks, and this pic is quite old. It’s a bit dilapidated now. 44°10’31.54″N 103°41’49.39″E

No GoogleMaps Street View – there ain’t no streets.

[Image found here.]

The .GIF Post No. 427 – House Addition, Tripping Down The Stairs & Bouncy Train

Friday, 4 March 2016

House
Trippy

Goat Train

[Found here (via), here and here.]

The .Gif Friday Post No. 387 – Foldytown, Catwalk & Silo Man

Friday, 24 April 2015

Foldytown

catwalk

silo man

[Found here, here and here.]

Saturday Matinee – Pushing Hay, The Ballad of Holland Island House & The Tom Stormy Trio featuring Rhythm Sophie

Saturday, 4 April 2015

Pushing hay [via]. Makes me itchy just watching it.

“The Ballad of Holland House” is based upon a true story.

Holland Island sits in Chesapeake Bay, near Wenona, Maryland. The five-mile-long island was settled in the 1600s, and at one time had a population of 360 people and 70 buildings. Erosion ate away at the island, which sat on silt and clay, and the residents moved away between 1914 and 1918. The island’s church was moved in 1922, and only one house remained standing. It was built in 1888. For decades, the water ate away at the island, and the last remaining house finally collapsed in October of 2010. What’s left of the island is now a marsh, home to hundreds of sea birds. See pictures of the island and the house -and the cemetery- at the Baltimore Sun [via].

How ’bout some retro rockabilly from Budapest?

The Tom Stormy Trio (featuring Leipzig’s Miss Rhythm Sophie) is just the thing to wrap up this edition of The Saturday Matinee.

Have a great Passover / Easter, folks.

And I’ll Play My Music As Loud As I Want.

Monday, 9 June 2014

Cozy

I’ll belch and I’ll fart and I’ll scratch where it itches, whenever and wherever.

Deal with it.

[Found here.]

Nice People Live Here

Wednesday, 12 March 2014

Dusk on Exeter Road
“Dusk on Exeter Road” photo by James Casebere

His colour photographs depict American landscapes, those vast spaces where land, forest and sea meet in places such as the Californian coast and North Carolina. Isolated architectural structures stand in the midst of these places where nature reigns apparently unchallenged. Sometimes private dwellings, sometimes public buildings, they are the stamp of human activity and the symbol of its fragility.

[Found here, via here.]

Weatherhouse

Thursday, 10 October 2013

Weather House

[Found here.]

Oh, and by the way, I just had a Zager & Evans flashback. According to WorpDress, this is Post No. 2525.

House of Rock

Sunday, 9 June 2013

House of Rock

Drina River in Serbia

According its owner, “this house was built in 1968. It was not easy to build then. But I finally made it happen with the help of my friends.” Back then they were just a bunch of young boys who loved to swim in the waters of Drina River and sunbathe on the large rock that now supports the house. Its lumpy surface wasn’t the most comfortable to sit on, so one day they decided to build a proper place to rest. They started bringing in planks from a nearby derelict shed, and before long they had actually built a cosy shelter complete with walls and a roof. It may not look very sturdy, but this wooden home has survived several floods and serious storms.

[Found here.]


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