I’ve been posting a lot of  heavily edited images lately, so it seemed appropriate to go simple today (although this photo has been airbrushed extensively). I mean, honestly… downspouts, light fixtures and Christmas decorations? It’s almost like people were trying to live in this house! Who’d have thunk it?

About this image: digital photograph, moderately modified


34 thoughts on “Adobe

  1. Boy, I sure hope whoever last used that ladder didn’t go cascading off the side of the building.. b/c it really looks like they might have.

    Poor adobe dweller. I mean, poor former adobe dweller.

    • Hahaha…
      Not sure I would trust it, either. Firewood… maybe. Something that would climb-up… probably not!

      Thank you, sir! Fortunately adobe and wood are quite airbrush-friendly! 🙂

    • HA!
      And this part is just for the higher-ups…
      I think they’ve got a dude burning software back in the garage somewhere.

      Just kidding! You know that I love you, Adobe! Now please send me a free seat of CS5?! 🙂

  2. Nice shot…love the tone.

    And I’m with you…who needs to look at all the modern crapola that clutters an otherwise lovely building??

    And silly, that isn’t a ladder…it is the Flintstones version of a TV antenna. Those always got the best reception… 😉

  3. I have to admit that I probably stared at this for a good five minutes, really having no idea what to think of it. The more I look at it, though, the more I like it. Maybe love it. It looks unreal. Or at least out of a noir film. I still have no idea what to think of it, though.

    • Thanks, U.M. –
      it just makes me happy to know that it caught a glance! I know what you mean – I think the extreme contrast between the dark sky and light building is… a bit… unusual.

  4. I wish I was there! It would be so warm and sunny! Plus there would probably be a margarita waiting for me up on that balcony. 🙂

  5. Oooh, SIG, I love this one. It has a surreal feel that ‘s captivating me. I expect the removal of all the mundane bits save the ladder contributes to that, plus the fact I’ve never seen a house like that in reality.
    What are they like on the inside?
    I want to go in there.

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