Part of a Sydney Sandstone retaining wall. Locally quarried in the late 19th century. Makes housing on a hillside possible. Marrickville.
An absolutely dreamy Georgian style home in the Connecticut countryside
Peter Zimmerman Architects in collaboration with Hine Builders have designed this beautiful new Georgian style home, located in Cornwall, Connecticut. The owner’s desired a home of Georgian influence with a country manor house vernacular. The scope of this project entails a property master plan, a new house, and the design of all of the involved interior architectural details. The master plan…
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See this remarkable modern shelter that overlooks the Long Island Sound
This modern shelter was designed by HMA2 Architects, nestled on two acres that overlooks the Long Island Sound in Sands Point, New York. The design of this home is an exploration of the intersection of all elements of living: food, family, and fun. Encompassing 6,940 square feet of living space, the residence is home for a family of five to entertain extended family and friends. Conceived as a…
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Lorna was definitely not the representative of Hillside she was sure any guests were expecting. Yet the men of Rovan meant the lavicious, jubilant and confident firestarter who made sure to announce herself one of its defenders.
The hills are alive . . . with wild blueberries. I literally ate my way through Yellow Creek Preserve yesterday. The berries (Vaccinium angustifolium and Vaccinium pallidum) are at peak ripeness in the local mountains - and they are sweeter and more nutritious than anything you can buy in a store. Meanwhile, bog cranberry (Vaccinium oxycoccos) is on the way (bottom photo). The cranberries will ripen in late summer, long after the blueberries have been eaten by wildlife (and people) or withered away.
went on a hike and got these beautiful pics. enjoy <3