Tiny House in a Landscape

This weeks Tiny House in a Landscape is a small log cabin beside a meadow and a small pond. A very peaceful setting in which I would enjoy spending some time. I wish the picture was larger but this will have to do. I don’t know the location but it looks like it is in the foothills of a peaceful mountain setting.

Where do you think it is and can you track down any more information about this photo?

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Don - September 18, 2010 Reply

The photo is by Isakov Leonid. It’s a bathhouse in Bologava, Russia. The photo was taken at around 7AM. The bathhouse was heated.

He took it with a Nikon F80, a film camera.

See http://www.photoforum.ru/photo/197144/index.ru.html

    Kent Griswold - September 18, 2010 Reply

    Thanks Don, when I get these from readers, most of the time there is no info and I am not an expert at tracking them down.

    Russ - September 18, 2010 Reply

    Don and frank beat me to it this time!

Amy - September 19, 2010 Reply

I always LOVE the Tiny House in a Landscape posts. However I don’t like knowing where they are from exactly or what they really are unless they really are homes(like this one is a bathhouse eeww) Knowing leaves little room for the imagination to conjure up what it might look like inside as a home. I can imagine it being built by a 1800s homesteader and the family being oh so excited to finally have a place to call home.

    Kent Griswold - September 19, 2010 Reply

    That is a good point Amy, maybe I should give the photographer credit if I can but leave the details to the imagination.

    Russ - September 19, 2010 Reply

    That’s easy Amy, just don’t scroll down.

Elizabeth - September 19, 2010 Reply

Yay! The photo was right in my inbox again. Thank you, Kent.

alice - September 19, 2010 Reply

I like knowing just where and what something is. Perhaps there could be a separate text-only post with the details for those who are interested so you have the option of knowing or not knowing.

Jodene - February 12, 2011 Reply

Nice to see more and more tiny houses, however, the purpose is for sustainable living, not to have an R&R place in the back of your McMansions, yes?

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