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Oct 3, 2016 09:23:52   #
Bob Yankle Loc: Burlington, NC
 
Wrap-around porch on this Victorian makes for a nice view of the neighborhood


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Oct 3, 2016 09:45:21   #
jaymatt Loc: Alexandria, Indiana
 
Nice porch, nice house, nice scene, nice pp.

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Oct 3, 2016 09:50:13   #
Bob Yankle Loc: Burlington, NC
 
jaymatt wrote:
Nice porch, nice house, nice scene, nice pp.
Let's grab us a rocking chair John, and watch the trees change colors this fall.

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Oct 3, 2016 10:05:57   #
jaymatt Loc: Alexandria, Indiana
 
Bob Yankle wrote:
Let's grab us a rocking chair John, and watch the trees change colors this fall.



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Oct 3, 2016 10:07:06   #
Bob Yankle Loc: Burlington, NC
 
jaymatt wrote:


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Oct 3, 2016 10:08:55   #
bigtex2000 Loc: Arlington, TX
 
Wonderful photo Bob with a very nice touch in PP......it is a beautiful house.....thanks for sharing!!

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Oct 3, 2016 10:16:54   #
Bob Yankle Loc: Burlington, NC
 
bigtex2000 wrote:
Wonderful photo Bob with a very nice touch in PP......it is a beautiful house.....thanks for sharing!!
You're welcome bigtex. I hope I can do it again sometime soon.

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Oct 4, 2016 07:19:50   #
trc Loc: Logan, OH
 
Bob Yankle wrote:
Wrap-around porch on this Victorian makes for a nice view of the neighborhood


Hi Bob,

A very nice house and lovely, serene looking photo. I have four or five questions, if I may ask:

1). Is the house to camera left between the two trees a separate house or some type of addition or extension of the main house on the corner?

2). Do I see some moire pattern on one of the roof lines above the front doors running up to the chimney?

3). Also, do I see some moire pattern on the siding of the house above the porch roof?

4). What are the shadows(?) far camera right on that separate triangular canopy roof line - shingles come off, different roofing material, . . . ?

5). Lastly, it looks like there are about 3 different types of siding on this house, as if they were trying to break up the appearance or just used different materials for an architectural preference - any ideas, or is it just the way it looks in the image?

These are just questions of curiosity since I have some experience with roof lines and roofing, etc.. Thanks very much.

Best Regards,
Tom

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Oct 4, 2016 07:42:42   #
rmalarz Loc: Tempe, Arizona
 
Like the porch, this is very nice work all the way around.
--Bob


Bob Yankle wrote:
Wrap-around porch on this Victorian makes for a nice view of the neighborhood

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Oct 4, 2016 09:09:15   #
WayneT Loc: Paris, TN
 
Nicely done, looks like a very fine watercolor.

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Oct 4, 2016 09:45:37   #
Bob Yankle Loc: Burlington, NC
 
rmalarz wrote:
Like the porch, this is very nice work all the way around.
--Bob
Thanks Bob. That porch looks very inviting to me as well. I could while away many hours there just watching the world go by.

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Oct 4, 2016 09:46:35   #
Bob Yankle Loc: Burlington, NC
 
WayneT wrote:
Nicely done, looks like a very fine watercolor.
Thank you Wayne. The processing did a good job on bringing out the details of the architecture .... and some nice delineation of the tree branches as well.

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Oct 4, 2016 20:32:48   #
CathyAnn Loc: Live full-time in an RV, traveling
 
I'm joining you guys on that porch. What a wonderful place to be. Bob, you did it again! Just beautiful.

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Oct 4, 2016 21:04:37   #
Bob Yankle Loc: Burlington, NC
 
CathyAnn wrote:
I'm joining you guys on that porch. What a wonderful place to be. Bob, you did it again! Just beautiful.
Thanks Cathy. Plenty of room to sit, that's for sure.

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