Oh....lovely! The roof tiles in the first house you photographed are such an unexpected blend of colors. I'm working on the exterior of a dollhouse, wanting it to look more like a real house/less like a toy, and have been noticing, really seeing details like tiles and bricks and the way the passing of time gives a home a personality. I think it's really important as a artist, that ability to see and to marvel and to appreciate. Thanks for sharing these snapshots of you neighborhood...which from what I can see has an interesting and delightful personality!
Your pictures are so pretty and it looks sunny and warm. I'm actually a bit jealous of all of you on the other side of the world - I'd like another round of Spring this year ;-) Have a lovely week xo
With charming architectural details like that surrounding you in your neighborhood no wonder your work is always brimming with deliciousness!Cindy at Rosehaven Cottage
They are so lovely!!! The little turret is so picturesque! I wish my room had one just like it!Jennelise
What a lovely Victorian neighborhood you live in! I can see how it must be an influence on your work. Your lovely art seems right at home there!XO dawne
Congratulations on your Lovely Blogger award, Wendy! With beautiful posts like this one, I can see that you certainly deserve it!!
Thank you everyone for the beautiful comments:)I love the older Sydney Victorian homes and feel very fortunate to live in one, they really are inspiring!Wendy xo
So much beautiful, intricate detailing!I love older neighbourhoods.xo
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