Tiny House in a Landscape

tiny house in a turnip field

Our Tiny House in a Landscape photo is from Hugh Wolfe. Not really a house, but it’s still a small structure which could be a house… well it would need a good bit of work… it’s in the middle of a farmers field (turnips).

Morning fog 10/19/14…

Fog lazily rolling around the neighborhood motivated a five minute drive to a favorite photo location which I’ve shot previously, *Out amongst the turnips* https://plus.google.com/116041918731282968084/posts/LQ7QYJJWshh

Literally sitting on the berm of the road listening for approaching vehicles I took several composures but preferred this one for the Queen Ann Lace in the foreground…

Post processing brought out the desire to create alternative images, one using Macphun’s Tonality Pro and another more traditional B&W with NIK’s Silver Efex Pro…


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Tiny House in a Landscape

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This weeks Tiny House in a Landscape feature was submitted by Leah Wymer, she says:

I built this tiny home “Tina” with my dad, and we towed it to San Juan Island where my boyfriend and I live and work as farmers on 40 acres in the San Juan Valley. More pics are available via my Instagram (username is bloomsanjuan).

Thank you Leah for sharing. If you have a tiny house or cabin that would work for the Tiny House in a Landscape feature please submit it to tinyhouseblog (at) gmail.com

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Our Tiny House in a Landscape presenter today chooses to remain anonymous which is perfectly fine. Here is what they have to say about their tiny home.

We have lived in our 1965 MCI coach for over ten years. It is a workhorse on the road and a cozy home.

This picture was taken at Rocky Mountain National Park. The night before we went to sleep under clear skies. The next morning, we woke up to a winter wonderland.

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