A tiny, abandoned farm cabin/shack in the snow…And some other snow shots for the heck of it – all up in Vermont where I’ve hosted workshops…these are pix I’ve been taking and collecting for the eventual follow-up to “Humble Homes, Simple Shacks.” The new book will be quite a bit different though with some full-out n’ funky plans. Some from guest architects too (a few of which I really look up to – David Stiles, for one). -Deek (Derek) Diedricksen
This weeks Tiny House in a Landscape is a very interesting winter scene. A tiny house buried beneath snow and trees. I’m not sure that this for real or some type of photoshop experiment but I like the results whichever way it is. The cabin looks very cozy with the light shinning through the window. I makes you want to snuggle down in front of a fire and enjoy the comfort of home.
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Update: Russ, one of our readers on Facebook found out that this is a photograph taken in Russia. Here is a link to more of his work http://www.photosight.ru/users/70761/
With all the winter storms on both coasts this weekend, I thought a cabin in the snow would be appropriate for this weeks Tiny House in a Landscape.
I’m not for sure if this is a cabin or a barn but the wind blown snow makes a beautiful background and the snow covered trees make for a gorgeous foreground. I really like snow when you can be inside a nice place snuggled up to a warm fire or out snowshoeing or cross country skiing on a day like this.
This looks like just the right size cabin to have sitting on the side of a mountain. With a small stove to heat it and make it cozy. Lots of nice snow for cross county skiing or snow shoeing. What a great escape, I want one.
The clouds are beautiful and I really like the snow laden trees. Don’t stand under the eaves when that snow decides to slide off the roof, though.