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Corner View - Typical Architecture

The Battery of St. John's sits under the rocky cliffs of Signal Hill...

Houses of the Battery

While there is no "typical" architecture in Newfoundland this is one of my favourites. The brightly coloured houses that can be found anywhere on the island. Plain square houses in an assortment of bright colours to fight away the foggy day blues. The photo above is not a great example...I don't usually take these types of shots...
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More "Typical Architecture"...Everywhere!

8 comments:

Maria-Thérèse afiori.com said...

This looks so strangely surreal! The houses could be miniatures or embroidered on white cotton...

Victoria @ Hibiscus Bloem said...

I love your photo so much. The lovely colours of the wood clad buildings. I think it looks so welcoming. I'd love to wander around there sometime. Thanks for showing this.

Ange said...

What a gorgeous place!

Angie Muresan said...

Such a beautiful location!

Annabel said...

The photo is beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)

Victoria Bennett Beyer said...

I like this photo a lot - the way the brightly colored houses pop is really fantastic!

la ninja said...

if that's a bad example I cannot wait to see the good ones :)

shellbell said...

goodness me how i miss st. john's... sigh!