Nice shot. Like. Greetings. Alende
"Oldest brick house in America." I suppose notoriety is what has spared it from the usual ravages of time in Virginia. I am delighted that you like it, Corey! Thank you!
I wouldn't really expect an example of 19th-century Gothic Revival like this to be consistent in its choice of past architectural styles. If you compare it with an example of architecture that really does date from the reign of James I like this there is admittedly some similarity in the chimneys, but I would suggest that the style is generally earlier - more Tudor than Jacobean - a bit more reminiscent of this.
On a different subject, you and Douglas may be interested to know that I have taken up your suggestion about a competition in the Anglican Churches group. The trouble is that nobody's noticed it yet! When groups first started up I think everybody disabled email notifications because they were fed up with getting notifications for all the "thank you for inviting me" messages and so now nobody looks at group discussions any more.
Nice reflection and lovely blues.
Thank you. Best wishes from England.
Perhaps a servent is a servant who plays the serpent. The house appears to be of the right period for serpent-playing.
A very striking picture!
Fine a picture. LIKE-12 ! Best wishes ! Buts_YV
Very beautiful colours.
Greetings from Kanagawa, Japan