Tag Archives: houses that have character

Architectural Preservation at Fort Snelling

A couple years ago I entered Dwell Magazine’s Rethinking Preservation contest.  The magazine asked readers to send in photos and a proposal for what they thought would be a landmark or building worthy of preserving.  I immediately thought of the … Continue reading

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Thoughtful Remodel of Historic Mid-Century Rambler

Photos that I took recently of a remodeled mid-century home were featured in the 2011 June/July issue of Midwest Home.  This unique modern 1950’s split level rambler was originally designed by Elizabeth and Winston Close of Close Associates, and has … Continue reading

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More Photos of Houses

Moving on with the theme of houses that have personality or character.  Houses become an extension of the owner’s personality, quirky, eccentric, cute, luxurious, run-down, spooky, boring, cold, etc.  It’s always sad to see them neglected.  When I see neglected … Continue reading

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Some of my best friends are houses

I think I have always been drawn to photographing houses because each house seems to have it’s own character and they tell us a lot about the occupants.  The windows are the eyes; look through the windows and you will … Continue reading

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