Thursday, November 29, 2007

The Porches of Silverton, Colorado Part 5, A Collection


I am once again reaching back into the archives to my Colorado trip. I have wanted to make this series since I took them. It is a good thing I have them because I have not been able to get out and take too many pictures lately.

This is one street in Silverton. I loved the quaint little houses which probably all looked the similar when they were built as miner cabins.

6 comments:

photowannabe said...

I love this series with the rustic little houses and the colorful roofs. Nothing wrong with digging into the archives. Pictures are pictures and fun to view.

ASH's Eye said...

I remember driving down through Silverton, although we didn't get to stop. It amazed me that anyone could've managed a winter in that high-up place, especially without modern conveniences.

The underground house is wild! I really enjoy seeing your pictures from that trip!

*Linnie* said...

Nice picture...cool colors!

Kerri said...

I'm with photowannabe - I love this series. I we LOVE viewing your pictures!!

Rising Rainbow said...

Yes, the reminded me of miners cabins. How quaint.

MedaM said...

Beautiful photo! I like those lovely little houses and the colourful roofs.
Have a nice weekend!