Victorian Pastels

I photographed this Victorian home in Cape May three years ago, then added some light and softness to it before uploading to Flickr. It’s still getting quite a few views, so I thought I’d post it here for you, along with another softened view . . . .

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The owners did a great job picking the colors, didn’t they? I miss the East Coast when I look at photos like this.

Hope your week’s going well so far. Happy Summer!

{carole}

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13 Responses to Victorian Pastels

  1. susan says:

    The colors that look appropriate to that area & climate would ‘read’ as insignificant in our area & climate – but what an engaging house – Rose would have found it enchanting !

    • Yes, it’s funny how certain architecture looks in different areas. We saw a “Califorina house” with the stucco walls and orange tile roof in Maryland and it looked just plain silly.
      She would have loved it for sure, Susan!

  2. Caroline says:

    That’s a house I’d love to have. We never see house like this in Europe, for me it has verything I like about American architecture. Love the colors and what you did with the light.

  3. Makes me want to pour a glass of lemonade and take a good book out onto that porch, :)

  4. Wow…these are awesome! Love the colors of the home and I like the way you added the plants in the foreground. Beautiful work!

  5. joshi daniel says:

    cool colors and beauty :)

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