Before and after by Elisabeth van Eyken
Clear

Montebello, Quebec.
Pentax K20


Comments

  • Rodney Williams
    Rodney Williamsabout 3 years ago

    Great color find and I want this house.

  • Thank you Rodney, indeed something quite inviting and cozy about this house.

    – Elisabeth van Eyken

  • Russ Styles
    Russ Stylesabout 3 years ago

    well captured Elisabeth…

  • Thanks Russ.

    – Elisabeth van Eyken

  • Sheryl Gerhard
    Sheryl Gerhardabout 3 years ago

    Beautifully done Elisabeth! Love those colors. I also like the reflections in the upstairs windows.

  • Indeed, the late afternoon sky put some light onto the window glass. I also like those reflections. Thank you very much.

    – Elisabeth van Eyken

  • Pauline Evans
    Pauline Evansabout 3 years ago

    What a difference a coat of paint makes! Beautiful image!

  • Thank you Pauline. Quite a striking differance with the new paint job. I was happy to find this.

    – Elisabeth van Eyken

  • Fara
    Faraabout 3 years ago

    This is just gorgeous !!

  • Hi Fara, Thank you so much for your nice comment and Fav as well. Much appreciated.

    – Elisabeth van Eyken

  • Melissa Carlini
    Melissa Carliniabout 3 years ago

    VERY vivid and bright paint job!! What a wonderful capture!!!! :)

  • Hi Melissa, thank you. I was so intrequed by the differance. The house is for sale, so I think once painting finished, it should really be a looker.

    – Elisabeth van Eyken

  • Brenda Dahl
    Brenda Dahlabout 3 years ago

    Well this is just awesome…..I love it…it is quirky and one of a kind~!!!!!!

  • Thank you much. Indeed, once completely painted. Wouldn’t be able to have a photo like this, not for a long time anyway. It is quirky.

    – Elisabeth van Eyken

  • JohnDSmith
    JohnDSmithabout 3 years ago

    What a fabulous looking old house,…..hope to see it with a finish paint job someday,…..
    Wonderful capture,…

  • Thank you John, There is a for sale sign in front of this house. I’m sure once winter blows over, the rest of the paint will go on and make the sale. I rubber-necked in disbalief of such a contrast of scraped siding and the wow-facter of a coat of paint.

    – Elisabeth van Eyken

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