Oh my gosh . . . Is that not just the most unique and wonderful thing ever?
I LOVE it!
This one just might have even MORE character, if that's possible! I love the little curve at the top.
It is charming indeed, and thank you so much for posting a second of these wonderful chimneys for me.
What sort of building was this with the rails on the window?
Very best regards,
The chimney is on this cabin, where I pasted in some information that I found interesting.
Although the rails look old, I think maybe they are for modern security purposes rather than having some long-ago use. There are similar rails on the doorway, and I took one shot looking straight through. What I should have done was peer in to see whether I could learn anything about the fireplace and chimney!
Maybe you need to take a trip to Chickamauga!
Sweet dreams. Marilyn
I have ejoyed this pic!! It is a lovely cchimney!! greetings. jenper
:-) Good shot **Marilyn! :-) Interesting building :-) Greetings Eva
An interesting place, Marilyn and a very unusual chimney. Cheers, Daniela
Hi Marilyn Whiteley,
Very great composition were selected. Chimney of the house is beautiful. I loved the chimney. Very nice shot.
Thank you, Tonia, Bruce, jenper, Eva, Daniela, and İsmail. You make me glad that I finally decided to post this photo of the interesting, crooked chimney!
No, Bruce, I didn't get together with Mary Alice, but who knows! I'll be making quite a few more trips before my research project is finished.
Very lovely old hut. I liked it. Greetings from Ankara, Hasan.
Hi Marilyn! A place to be on vacation! I would love to go and spent my time in an old cabin like this, back to nature! Probably I will soon be missing conversations like this, on the other hand, I'll be coming home with a lot of interesting pictures.....
Thanks for sharing, gr, Ed.
Very beautiful image!!! Best regards Sergey
I'm glad you enjoyed the crooked chimney, Hasan, Ed, blai, Sergey, and Mike. I, too, would like to spend some time in an old cabin like this. Marilyn
Very interesting to see that wooden chimneys has also been used in the past.. Is it clay between the wall logs? Timo
I'm glad you liked seeing this, Timo. The earth in much of this area is red--apparently lots of clay in it. So yes, that must be what they used between the logs. Marilyn
Nice and interesting!
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