Wagin Historical Village. Western Australia. Mrs Stevens Cottage is a 1880’s cottage. Called wattle and daub this form of building used materials at hand – posts, wattle for the roof and mud for the cracks. Mrs Stevens, the owner, was a laundress.
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What a beautiful image in monotone! Wonderful IMHO!
Thank you Glenn. Isn’t it just a charming cottage, From the outside that is. You wouldn’t want to live in it. :)))
Aaaah, what a lovely black and white rendition of this gorgeous cottage. Pleased to see you got to this historical village. Some great photo opportunities there.
Yes I went there on one of my many trips up to Perth last year, but only by going the long way round. :) Luckily, I was with a female friend and not my husband. He will only take the shortest route.
Great capture Eve … B&W works well with the subject too !
Thanks Trish. I thought it was rather cute. Fairytale looking. :)
Really wonderful capture Eve!
Thank you. I was fascinated by how it looked like something you might find in a fairytale book.
wonderfully crafted and photographed, Eve!!! fascinating….
Thank you very much Sally.
Lovely B&W… :-)
Thank you very much. :)
Congratulations Your image was placed in the top ten of the country gardens come grow with us challenge
Thank you, that is great news.
Lovely cottage… I wonder if Mrs. Stevens thought so at the time? Congratulations on your feature.
Thank you Sandra. It looks pretty and romantic on the outside, but on going inside the cottage, I was filled with wonder as to how anyone could bring up a family in a cottage such as this.
Congrats for placing in the Top 10 of the Country Garden Buildings challenge :-)
Thank you very much Jeanne.
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