VIRGINIA: HAMPTON: private residence, 901 East Pembroke Avenue

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Comments (15)

Adam Elmquist on March 19, 2013

Great photo Douglas

Douglas W. Reynolds,… on March 19, 2013

Hi, Adam! Thank you very much!

GasGasL€X on March 19, 2013

White seems to be the favorite colour for houses here..

Mehmet Güçlü on March 19, 2013

Very well view and shot. Like - Best wishes, OLYMPIST

Douglas W. Reynolds,… on March 19, 2013

Hi GasGasLex and OLYMPIST! Many of the newer developments are building homes of brick, but they are not showing much imagination in style. In Hampton, the city was burned to the ground during the Civil War by the secessionist residents so that the United States forces at Fortress Monroe could not house freed African-Americans there. After the Civil War the entire city had to be rebuilt--which is where the New Yorker Darling, arriving with a shipful of lumber from the North, came in.

Nelsachi on March 19, 2013


Really Nice Private Residence...!!!

Attractive Colors...!!!

Magnificent View...!!!

I Wish I Had a House Like This, But in My Country it is Almost Impossible. They Have a High Price


My Best Wishes From Caracas - Venezuela...!!!

My Friend Have a Nice Week...!!!


Douglas W. Reynolds,… on March 19, 2013

Hi, Nelsachi! Thank you so much! As there seems to be a lot of interest in this house--and as it is for sale--I called the realtor to see if I could find out a little more about it. The asking price is $194,000 USD; I am told it has four bedrooms, two full bathrooms, and it has 2,329 square feet of floor space.

I am certainly happy you like the picture--I took it with my wife's little SONY because my camera is being repaired right now.

Nelsachi on March 19, 2013

JAJAJAJA! WOW!$194,000USD; Is as Much For My Budget, Anyway Many Thanks For The Info My Friend...!!!

Have a Nice Week Mr. Douglas!!!

Remember My Friend, I also use a Sony Cyber ​​Shot and I think they are one of the best!


Douglas W. Reynolds,… on March 19, 2013

Believe me, Nelsachi, if I did not think they were "one of the best," I would not have bought this camera for my wife! AND it does not seem to need repairs!

But it is hard to find a bad camera nowadays. Just bad photographers and bad houses, which have always been around!

Adam Elmquist on March 19, 2013

:-) Well said Douglas...

Douglas W. Reynolds,… on March 19, 2013

Present company excepted, of course, Adam! ;-) I'm just getting old, and no doubt my eyes are failing . . . .

patano on March 20, 2013

I like this nice picture,

very good enquadre and amazing colors view !

Congratulations, you earned my


Warm greetings from Paolo.

Welcome to my gallery. Have a nice day !

My blog

Douglas W. Reynolds,… on March 20, 2013

Thank you very much, patano! I hope everyone visits YOUR gallery--it is a real revelation!

Doug Reynolds

r.w. dawson on March 25, 2013

Hey DW! Are you really going to buy this house and set it up as a home for wayward photographers like Adam and myself? It's a mighty pretty place. I call dibs on the big bedroom!

Douglas W. Reynolds,… on March 25, 2013

I see that a little blue-green paint and awnings can do wonders for a place--but no, you and Adam are not wayward enough to earn this joint.

I need a part-time job just to keep my own roof over my head.

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on March 18, 2013
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    by Douglas W. Reynolds,…
    • Camera: SONY DSC-T50
    • Taken on 2013/03/15 12:35:09
    • Exposure: 0.001s (1/800)
    • Focal Length: 6.33mm
    • F/Stop: f/5.600
    • ISO Speed: ISO80
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash