The house has finished installing pipes on the outside!
The photo scanned at my fourth visit to England, forgive the quality!
Whaley Bridge is a small town and civil parish in the High Peak district of Derbyshire, England, situated on the River Goyt. Whaley Bridge is approximately 16 mi(28km) (26 km) south of Manchester, 7 mi (11 km) north of Buxton, 9 mi (14 km) east of Macclesfield and 28 mi (45 km) west of Sheffield, and had a population of 6,226 at the 2001 census. This includes the village of Furness Vale, which falls within the boundaries of Whaley Bridge. Other districts of 'Whaley', as it is known locally, include Horwich
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dta (81760) 2014-02-25 12:23
Hello Wolfgang ,
Nice to see you back to TE !
May be a simple house , but I like a lot this kind of subjetc . Excellent angle of view and framing .Beautiful contrast of the white walls with the cloudy sky . The washing is a fine bonus .
holmertz (58412) 2014-02-25 12:44
I like the low perspective of this house with its strange pipes all over the walls. The high surrounding walls and the dark sky gives the house a somewhat sppoky look. The laundry adds colour and a sense of life. I wonder if it got dry before the next shower.
adores (46357) 2014-03-26 15:34
A nice old shot with interesting details. I like the pov and composition with the clothes drying outside and the old wall around that seems much older than the house. The cloudy sky adds a lot also.
ikeharel (77427) 2015-07-28 9:21
Good evening Wolfgang,
the pipes installed on the outside walls creayted a nice grapgic scene.
There is also an effective reason fopr that, old pipes inside the walls are difficult to do maintenance.
Typical rural house, green surrounding beautify this place.