Friday, December 3, 2010

Of a Winter Past, 69 & 70/365


This home with the comfortable front porch is one of many charming residences in Petoskey, MI.  I miss the old victorian architecture, the neighborhood coziness, the charming life of a small town.  And from afar, the beauty of winter.  These two photos, even though from my archive, are my 69 & 70 of 365 (365 Day Project).  I may be without my computer for a day or two and I thought these two photos should follow the post below.

7 comments:

Margaret Bednar said...

Justine, the door below (the house above) was not my house when we lived in Petoskey, MI. I so long for a porch and I still don't have one here in the south. Thought for SURE I would when we moved, but they aren't as plentiful (even here) as I had thought.

Carol Blackburn said...

Love the photo of the swing, Margaret. You've given me an idea for a painting. Oh boy!

Linda Robinson said...

Both photo's look wonderful. But the one of the swing looks wonderful. Looks preet cold there..

Everyday Goddess said...

you have captured something quite cozy! well done.

Patty Ann said...

Oh, I love the picture of the house, I wish I could live in one like it. I love the swing in the snow. It reminds me of my own back yard. Only much more beautiful.

Ginnie said...

Picture-card perfect, Margaret. Now if only your kids were sitting in that swing, even with their backs on the year, THAT would make a great Christmas card!

Margaret Bednar said...

Carol, Linda, Goddess, Patty Ann, & Ginnie, I agree - the swing and setting is amazing. Can you believe I have walked by this house many a time, all four seasons, and never once a person have I spied on it! There is something very poignant to me about this swing...