Tiny House in a Landscape

John Chapman who’s idea it was to start the “Tiny House in a Landscape” feature recently sent me this photo which just happens to be taken in New Zealand.

I wish the photo was larger but it is a neat shot of an old tiny building with beautifully textured painted walls beside some old tracks. Probably some type of storage building but I think it could be turned into a cute little house.

Thanks Russ for the information on Peter Kurdulija who took this photograph. You can view more of his photos here. I am going to get in touch with him and get permission to use it. I am out of town again with limited internet access so will do it as soon as I can.

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Josh - July 24, 2010 Reply

Whose idea – not “who’s”

Russ - July 24, 2010 Reply

The image is titled “Old Bush Hut at the end of the Railway line. It was taken by Peter Kurdulija and is hosted at http://www.redbubble.com or http://www.redbubble.com/people/peterkurdulija/art/1139750-3-the-old-bush-hut-at-the-end-of-the-railway-line

Russ - July 24, 2010 Reply

As an aside, here is a link to peters page. http://www.redbubble.com/people/peterkurdulija
Also, and certainly i do not want to spoil the party, but here is his disclaimer.

“Please take note of this small but never the less important notice. All images in my stream, every single one, including the texts, as short as they may be, are strictly copyrighted. I can’t emphasize this point enough.

Meaning, no use of these images or words is allowed in digital media without my explicate permission. This includes all sorts of websites, blogs, newsgroups and articles for commentarial or non-commercial purposes. Usage in printed media is out of the question altogether.

I know, as I’ve been informed, there are some out there who will ignore this and go ahead with their little projects without me knowing. Someday, somewhere, someone will notice this and you and the company that benefited from it will be presented with an appropriate bill, interest included.

Play fair and be my friend.”

Perhaps sending him a note that the image was on this page would be great, as he does have it for sale. He could benefit from the traffic.

Hope Henry - July 24, 2010 Reply

“Tiny House in a Landscape” has become one of my favorite spots…do you have plans to link them together so that your readers could enjoy them, one after the other, without having to search through pages and pages to enjoy them? This might give you more opportunity for advertisement, as well, since this segment of Tiny House Blog is more for aesthetic pleasure than for information or education…

ddriver - July 24, 2010 Reply

who’s mean’s who is. The possessive of who is whose…….

Bonnie - July 25, 2010 Reply

This is totally the scene of a spooky short story!

Benjamin - July 25, 2010 Reply

Bad grammar makes me (sic).

Hugh W - June 25, 2011 Reply

Google image helped find a location…


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