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.
If you happen to know anything about this picture be sure and let me know through the comment section below.
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.
Merry Christmas or should I say “day after Christmas?” This picture just seemed to be right with the star above the cabin and all the beautiful snow in the scene. I can imagine being snuggled up to a fire in this little cabin, how about you?
Just a reminder, I’m always open to more pictures for this feature so if you have taken one or find one on the internet be sure and send it to me and I will feature it sometime in the coming year.
It’s December and time a for a few winter pictures of tiny houses and cabins in the snow. I thought I’d start with one that just had a light dusting of snow and gradually get into the pictures with lots of snow later in the dead of winter.
This picture appears to me to probably be in the New England area of the states. I could be wrong of course, so if you recognize the location please let me know.