Tiny House in a Landscape

This weeks Tiny House in a Landscape looks like some kind of tower with a view that is unbelievable. I think I could sit in that tower and watch the constant changing weather of the mountains and never want to leave.

As with most of the pictures that have been submitted I don’t have a location for this wonderful picture, so am open to your ideas and suggestions. Where do you think this is located? If you know or have a good suggestion please leave a comment below. I hope everyone is having an enjoyable weekend!

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Denise - February 20, 2010 Reply

Don’t know where it is but all I have to say is, “Incredulous!” That is wonderfully too amazing! I would love to visit and take in all of God’s amazing Creation from that magnificent vantage point!

David - February 20, 2010 Reply

A gazebo in a non traditional location. Cool. Can’t say as I blame the instigator, the view is to die for.

Lucas - February 20, 2010 Reply

I’d say the Himalayas. Looks architecturally Asian.

Amber - February 20, 2010 Reply

I’d say Colorado but it looks too green and the trees and other plants aren’t right.
Pacific Northwest or possibly Alaska?

Luisa - February 20, 2010 Reply

Beautiful! I did a TinEye search, and it seems to be Sikkim: “a landlocked Indian state nestled in the Himalayas,” according to Wiki.

This link has another photo of a small structure in Sikkim’s huge landscape: http://kunzum.com/2009/09/25/yumthang-in-sikkim-god%E2%80%99s-own-land/

John Paulsen - February 20, 2010 Reply

If I’m not mistaken, I believe this is an authentic picture of heaven.

Tiny house – under $10,000
Lot – $19,000,000

Location lovcation location….

Thanks,

John

xp - February 20, 2010 Reply

It reminds me of Chinese paintings I’ve seen.

Ilana - February 20, 2010 Reply

Definitely NOT the Pacific Northwest…but it could be somewhere in Montana – rugged mountains, green hills, wind blown tree line. Probably on the Asian continent, though. Wherever it is, whoever took this photo is blessed to have been there!

rocksmart - February 21, 2010 Reply

Looks like a firetower to me. The view is astounding, but the wind would be hard to deal with all the time. Sure would like to give it a try!!!
Talk about sitting on a mountaintop and contemplating your navel. Lol!!!

crvsnc - February 21, 2010 Reply

I certainly wouldn’t want to be in that little guy during the thunderstorm season! I bet it’s extremely windy up there by looking at the tree profile and typically on the top of such crests — would make for long sleepless nights of 80mph wind that doesn’t care if you rest. But yes, yes! Very pretty, just a hard life from experience.

Arlos - February 21, 2010 Reply

I’d say Nepal. Those mountains in the background dwarf the rockies. The building looks like a Stupa. A religious shrine, temple and in some cases a dwelling found from Bali to Nepal..

yumthang - March 28, 2010 Reply

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Andrew Luyten - April 15, 2010 Reply

As the photographper, I can confirm that the image is taken in Sandakphu looking towards Sikkim and featuring Mt. Kanchenjunga (8586m).

There are some red-robed monks if you look carefully, confirming that the tiny house has a religious function (or perhaps they just like hanging out there – never did ask!).

It was a rather enjoyable evening’s viewing 🙂

Christina - April 20, 2010 Reply

I’d say the Himalayas. Like Arlos said, those mountains in the background dramatically dwarf the Rockies. Awesome, though!

Will - September 22, 2010 Reply

that is kanchenjunga as seen from sandakphu near the nepalese border.

not sure what the actual structure is.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Sandakphu.jpg

Katz - February 22, 2011 Reply

So how do you find out about building codes? Some places won’t even let you move in a trailer!
Kaatz

Katz - February 22, 2011 Reply

So how do you find out about building codes? Some places won’t even let you move in a trailer!
Katz

Monster Rat - October 14, 2011 Reply

That is an awesome setting. I will bet by the looks of those trees there might be a slight breeze every now and then.

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