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what a nice looking home :)
a great set
Very nice looking house with a great design..thanks for posting pg
Nice house of interesting style, down to the fountain in the front walk. Thanks pg
Indeed a nice place!! Thanks so very much PG!!
I love the front door on this home. Thank you for the nice set young man.
Well it didn't post again.... So here we go ... Beautiful home... another one for the album of Your Highness...
Beautiful buildings today, thank you.... This looks like a very well loved and cared for home... Even has flood lights to light up the trees at night.... Gates would be really, really good whenever you've a mind to... In between your other fantastical photos... Thanks Mucho.... :) :))
I liked the house but I also like the other people that made comments, it makes sense to me as you could have been going to rob the house or kidnap someone, I am pleased that you make it nicer to ask than just do it.
That is wise to ask the people. I just thought I could snap one shot and be on my way. Wrong! I will ask, when I can. Thank you, PG.
LJ when I am doing it in the middle of the day or if I know people are up in the house I will knock on the door and ask them if I can photograph their house. I have never been turned down in any of the places I asked. I did an entire series here in Aiken called the gates of Aiken because there are some wonderful gates on the older homes and I wanted to do an entire series and a coffee table book. I told a friend and he told someone and they went and made posters of the gates. Guess I will keep my mouth shut when I am working on a project.
Have you ever had anyone come out and ask you why you were photographing their house? A few weeks ago I was taking a photograph for a friend of the home he grew up in here in town. I tried to be quick, but the owner was quicker. He bolted out of the house, flailing his arms, asking me what I was doing. I explanined and he calmed down, thankfully. In the end, he wanted to give me a tour of his house. I decline, though, since I was doing this on behalf of a friend and had no personal interest in the house. I thought I had better quit while I was ahead.