Tiny House in a Landscape

This stone cottage is nestled into the side of a hillside. With lush green grass and an old stone wall running beside the cottage. I like the huge rock sitting beside the house as it is like a buffer zone to what could be a windy hillside.

This is another photo without any details of origin. It looks European to me but as always I am open to suggestions or if any one know who the photographer is and location, please let me know and I will post it here.

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Chrystal Ocean - April 17, 2010 Reply

Oh. My. You know, I think this series should be up for an award. These nostalgic photos pull at the heartstrings. They evoke the yearning for home together with the awe of nature’s sublime beauty.

Steve Hathaway - April 17, 2010 Reply

A title suggestion: “The House of Rock”

–but also, the look of it, there with the giant boulder and the walls running up to it, makes the house look like something naturally occuring; another natural feature of that valley.

Paulo J. Mendes - April 17, 2010 Reply

Delightful photo!
The architecture of the house, the slate roof and the lovely green surroundings reminds me the north of Spain: Galicia or the nearby Asturias…

    Philipp - July 19, 2013 Reply

    I agree with Paulo: Asturias or Galicia in northern spain would be my guess as well.

KC - April 17, 2010 Reply

Southern France / Northern Italy ?

Scott - April 17, 2010 Reply

Must be Italy, yeah, Italy.

Dominic Ebacher - April 17, 2010 Reply

I love the way you put the wall in the center of the frame – it really highlights the whole structure. Wonderful tiny home.

elise - April 18, 2010 Reply

I guess dreams really do come true! How perfectly beautiful.
Thanks for the posting.

Lisa - April 18, 2010 Reply

My guess is the Highlands in Scotland or maybe in Ireland somewhere. They have a many mountains and stone walls in the Highlands.

soapbartender - April 19, 2010 Reply

one can always dream….

cabalist - April 26, 2010 Reply

Italy. The style really looks like northern Italy.

Philippe - December 11, 2013 Reply

Seeing this photo, I imagine at my home where houses are covered with lauzes, identical architecture, every day I see them… On the Magic LARZAC plateau. The South of France

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