Monday, November 26, 2007

The Porches of Silverton, Colorado Part 4: A Most Unusual House

I am not quite sure how to characterize this porch. The "tunnel" is the porch, but then so is the little cupola. This partially underground home was to weird to pass up.




9 comments:

Stacy said...

Don't you just love America? Our artistic expressions come out in the most unique ways. :)

I like this series a lot. You have some great porches to add to your collection.

Kerri said...

Wow - what a unique house....I would love to see the inside.
The view they have is stunning!!

JoAnn - NL "My digital eyes" :) said...

Hi Mike,
Than don't characterize, tyour photo's said it all itself,

Did you have a good thanksgiving? I hope so my best wishes for the future too.

Please come and see my Paris impressions... when we were there at my birthday, I made a lot of shots and I show them in Hugh collages,
You might like to visit my blog:)

Greetings JoAnn

Mark said...

What a view, indeed. Cool house, too. Makes me want to go inside.

photowannabe said...

Like everyone else I would like to see if the inside is as unique as the outside. At first I didn't think the house was finished. I have heard of sod homes but the earthen home with the rustic wood is a new one for me. Great series.

Cris said...

Did you get to see the inside? Hope you had a nice Thanksgiving with your family! We managed to have a traditional one... which was great!

Salty said...

Such a unique home and you captured it so beautifully! I love the colors in this shot!

Rising Rainbow said...

Wow, there's got to be a story behind that house.

Lori Schmidt (LoriProPhoto) said...

Wow that is too cool!!! I love it, someone using their vivid imagination LOL. Great series Mike, such a variety. There is no accounting for some peoples' tastes but if we all liked the same thing it would be a dull world.

Hope you are keeping warm and dry, I am sure you are having similar weather to us, all over the place, cold, warm, wet, dry all in 24 hours LOL.

Lori
xx