I always enjoy it when a reader sends in a photograph for the Tiny House in a Landscape feature. There is no guessing on where it came from or if it is copyrighted. Plus it shows me that you are looking for this type of photo to share here on the Tiny House Blog. This weeks photo is from Thomas Boldt who took the photograph in Newfoundland.
I’ve attached a couple of pictures. We’ve hiked the East Coast trail in Newfoundland a couple of years back and walked through the old fishing villages.
This house is a typical traditional Newfoundland home, it’s situated near Tors Cove. Nowadays of course they build big cardboard mortgage prisons like everyone else.
The place is quite small, I don’t think the door was higher than 6 feet.
Thank you for sharing Thomas! If you have a photograph to share please send it to tinyhouseblog @ gmail.com.