Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Theme Thursday Roof





































18 comments:

  1. oh, like the mossy one! happy theme thursday!

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  2. yea, i like the mossy roof too...good pics!

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  3. The patterns on the first two roofs are beautiful--they look almost like they're occurring in nature rather than manmade.

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  4. Have to agree with Brian and Tom. The moss gets my vote as well. I do like old buildings with character and personality .

    Thanks for posting this week.

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  5. Yup. I vote for the third photo, too!

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  6. Fantastic shots, love the mossy roof and the pic showing different tiles!
    Mar

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  7. The colors you come up with always amaze me. Here, even with roofs, you have orange, red, green, blue, browns and grays.

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  8. Thanks everyone....I LOVE old dilapidated buildings such character at every view. And Ronda.....color fascinates me as well....it's so cheerful and free for those who must be frugal in this ecomony....thus....whimsy ! !

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  9. Definitely the mossy barn roof! Happy TT :)

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  10. I agree...the mossy roof is wonderful! If it gets any thicker, maybe you could borrow my goats! :)

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  11. Great shots! I like that last one; I have a thing for old, weathered wood.

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  12. Nice shots Holly. One of the things you will notice when flying low over Sydney is the propensity of red tiled roofs. Don't know why but everyone has a terracotta tile roof.

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  13. I love red roofs :)
    Great pics!
    xoxo

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  14. I love all the different textures and colors of the roof. Yes, the mossy one is great, but I think they are all fantastic.

    Thank you for sharing them with us.

    God bless.

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  15. you've certainly captured sights and colors of summer. great stuff!

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  16. What great pictures of some really interesting roofs! Old, broken down, distressed roofs are rather pretty to look at. Plus, the fact that they look like they’ve been through a lot means they have lots of stories to tell. This post of yours also puts emphasis on just how far we’ve come in terms of construction and house technology.

    -- Elizabeth Hoffnung

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  17. I guess many of us have the same taste in roofs because I also like the one covered with moss. Old roofs are just a sight to look at because they somehow give a nostalgic feel. Battered by winds and weather, still they stood strong. A proof that though aged, a well maintained roof can last for ages if taken care of properly.

    Joanne Barragan

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