Thursday, December 31, 2009

Yellow Fascia



Come on now, you know its not going to be flowers...fascia board on a house.

This house looks old but it ain't. There are stranger people in the world than me, a few, which is either reassuring or disappointing. One of them is the guy that built this house. He fiddled and fussed with the finishing and the deterioration caught up with him. The house is less than twenty years old and the onliest thing that has survived with its spirit intact is the yellow trim and that is fading fast.






9 comments:

cabap said...

A great one my friend,
happy new year,
jan :)

Billie Crain said...

OMG...we had a fella in my hometown that took forever to construct his house. He was smarter and covered his in field stone, tho.

Happy New Year, Ron!

cabap said...

Thanks a lot Ron ,I've added your blog to my blog list :)
jan :)

Nureeya Panichnok said...

There are still stranger people in the world than you???
:):):)Happy New Year Ron
I love this form of this house; it looks beautiful and little spooky to me...

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Jan, same to you...

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Fozzie, yes, people are strange, which is good...

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Nureeya, only a few stranger, apparently....

Fredericks said...

I really like this one Ron.
Its complex but well integrated.
Beautiful painting!

Ron Morrison said...

Thanks, Win, more structured on this one less improvising...