Tiny House in a Landscape

by Kent Griswold on May 15th, 2010. 10 Comments
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I have been wanting to showcase this Tiny House in a Landscape for some time but it kept getting bumped. This scene is not one of peace but shows strength in a very harsh landscape. I think that may be why I like it so much.

The cabin is a basic structure of stone and the roof looks like it is slate. It appears to be in Nepal or some other harsh mountain landscape. I’m sure winds are very strong and the rock walls and slate roof help hold it together.

10 Responses to “Tiny House in a Landscape”

  1. Dwight says:

    I hope they don’t have an earthquake.

  2. seth says:

    yup, nepal. in front of a peak called tawoche. i took the same pic when i was there. amazing place.

  3. Cheryl says:

    I thought Nepal too. Forbidding but starkly beautiful place.

  4. Bonnie says:

    Golly. Not only does this look like it’s on another planet, but there seems to be a large angel coming down from the sky.

  5. seth says:

    The homes are still used as summer homes for nomads, which is pretty neat. Unfortunately you can’t see the “big” mountains that the cloulds are blurring out. What you see is actually on the foothills of the Tawoche and Cholatse.

    That cloud angel is pretty cool!

  6. Benjamin says:

    I think the ‘cloud of angels’ is a snowy mountain showing through the gray clouds.

  7. Kathleen says:

    Did you see the angel (or two) on top of the mountain?? Place must be blessed. Fantastic!!!

  8. David Neeley says:

    Kent–

    Several of the photos in this article seem to be good candidates for this feature:

    Enjoy!

  9. Nerida says:

    A great example of genius loci. This is what I love, a home that grew out of the land on which it stands.

  10. katee says:

    Thank you for letting us know where it is, I am hoping to go to Nepal in the future, count down to my retirement day~
    katee

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