Saturday, December 12, 2009

More Cedar Key architecture

13 comments:

Gunn White said...

Pretty house with nice details! it looks so sunny and nice where you are.Enjoy the weekend!:-)

tapirgal said...

I would not have expected this, but what do I know about Florida? It looks like a real cedar tree along with a marvelously-colored and decorated house. This is really one of my favorites.

Small City Scenes said...

I love the farmstyle house. I wish mine looked more like that. Love the deck though. MB

cieldequimper said...

Monsieur Jacob, this is so pretty! The top reminds me of houses on the Baltic sea in Germany. Lovely shot!

diane said...

Love your photos of Cedar Key especially the sunsets

brattcat said...

I like this one a lot. Are the shutters closed because a storm is expected?

Jacob said...

@ Brattcat - Good morning! I dunno...but no storm was expected...might be "snowbirds" who hadn't arrived down here yet...

Jacob said...

@ Tapirgal - Cedar Key was so named because it was surrounded by huge cedar forests until a man named Faber came along and cut them all down to make pencils. You've probably used some of those pencils.

There are very few Cedar trees left in or around Cedar Key!

Cezar and Léia said...

This house is so charming and bright, very nice!
God bless you!
Cezar

Rose said...

Wow, I like this!

Ilse said...

What an adorable house! I would love to see the interior. Why shuttered? Is it a summer residence? Or, in Florida . . . a winter residence?

Frank said...

I can just imagine sinking into a big rocker on this porch. Heaven!!

Jacob said...

@ Frank - Don't forget your cigar!