redbrick house by Nikolay Semyonov

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such houses were constructed all over the town in the period of industrialization of the 1920s with the help of their future dwellers, workers of big factories.


redbrick, house, industrialization, 1920s

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  • Photography  by Mathilde
    Photography b...over 3 years ago

    It must be a wonderful feeling to know that you help to build your home – great framing by the trees !!

  • Thanks a lot for your kind words, Mattie! This feeling would have gone if not this great reminder.

    – Nikolay Semyonov

  • Robin Brown
    Robin Brownover 3 years ago

    I do like a black border on quality artwork Nikolay :o)

  • You know how to brighten up an image, Robin. Much appreciated, as always

    – Nikolay Semyonov

  • Jazzdenski
    Jazzdenskiover 3 years ago

    This reminds me of
    with Lionel Ritchie on tenor sax!

  • Thank you for your memory. A wonderful sound enclosure indeed! Still, comparing a lady to a brick house would sound quite special)))

    – Nikolay Semyonov

  • lucin
    lucinover 3 years ago

    We love the red brick house with its snow.

  • Thank you, Lucin! Nowadays, only private houses are built of brick here. Still, there’s nothing better looking that weathered brick in the winter.

    – Nikolay Semyonov

  • Irina Chuckowree
    Irina Chuckowreeover 3 years ago

    beautiful red tones.
    that help from the future dwellers was in fashion not only in 1920s…

  • Thanks Irina, The must of participating in building your own dwelling (after working hours!!) lingered on towards the beginning of WWII.

    – Nikolay Semyonov

  • anisja
    anisjaover 3 years ago

    Good composition and a mood.

  • Bolshoye spasiba, Anisja!

    – Nikolay Semyonov

  • RobynLee
    RobynLeeover 3 years ago

    Great Capture;It kind of reminds me of a painting by Vermeer(the one where he shows a street in Delft) I guess it’s the Red Bricks;-)!

  • Such a pleasing association with Vermeer, Robyn! Thank you!

    – Nikolay Semyonov

  • Irina Chuckowree
    Irina Chuckowreeover 3 years ago

    My mother helped to build all houses we lived in in the 80s and 90s (yes, after a full day work). I guess, this practice was stopped with Perestrojka.

  • Irina, I did not mean building apartments. it was houses for 12-14 families. well what’s the difference anyway!

    – Nikolay Semyonov

  • John Fish
    John Fishover 3 years ago

    great composition. there is a wonderful starkness to this

  • Thank you for your support, John!

    – Nikolay Semyonov

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