Tiny House in a Landscape

tiny house at sunset

Angela Ramseyer shared the Mighty Micro House for this week’s Tiny House in a Landscape feature. Here is what Angela has to say:

“I’ve been following your blog since November when I finally moved into my own tiny house on wheels (136 sq. feet) on Whidbey Island, Washington. I started blogging about downsizing (‘right-sizing’, as I refer to it), tiny living, and on-going improvements in October. Since January, I’ve attended a Tumbleweed workshop and, more recently, the PAD’s La Casa Pequena workshop in McMinnville. I’m in the process of deciding my next step in tiny building, teaching, and consulting. Here are a couple of full moon shots I took of my wee house. Thought one of them might fit will under the ‘tiny house in a landscape’ theme.”

Thanks for sharing Angela, we’d love to hear more about your tiny house adventure as it unfolds!

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Marvin - September 7, 2013 Reply

As a photographer, I really appreciate the beautiful shot you made of your tiny house. For me that shot just resonates with the feeling of home. It speaks visually in a powerful voice, this house is more than just shelter, it is really is home. Perhaps greater still, it is an expression of one’s heart.

    Karen LaGrasse - September 14, 2013 Reply

    Dear Marvin, I don’t know you, but I am a ‘tiny house blogger’ and I liked your comment on “Angela’s tiny house on a landscape”. It had the essence of one who is in touch with their humanity, and might I say perhaps the universe. Hard to meet many with the same perception these days. So just wanted to share that with you. Happy trails with your photography!

Marcia Bonk - September 7, 2013 Reply

Beautiful shot but at first glance I thought someone should call the fire dept!

Tagati - September 7, 2013 Reply

Any chance of obtaining the link for his blog since Port Townsend is so close to Whidbey, it would be a great resource.

Lorraine - September 8, 2013 Reply

Beautiful shot. Looks so warm and inviting. Calls to mind Tom Bodett and the Motel 6 commercial, which he always concluded with “we’ll leave the light on for you.”

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