The Cabin

Posted by on February 9, 2013 in Blog, Buildings, Landscapes | 20 comments

Located in South Western New York state, is a beautiful place that I had helped originally build. My father’s (our family) cabin. It has since gone through some major renovations and upgrades that I was unable to get time off of work to help with. My Dad and step Mother and their friends have made some major improvements on a place that is just awesome to “get away” to. I figured with the blizzard hitting many folks, I would share a warm sunny summer day shot to hopefully cheer up anyone who’s sick of winter weather!

 

I shot this photo last year on a weekend escape prior to having my surgery. I was stressing pretty bad and needed to just get away for a few days. This was my escape. Watching the birds, listening to the frogs at night, campfires off the front porch, quiet. Oh, and of course, a bit of Photography thrown in!

 

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I will be doing another post on this terrific place later in the year showcasing some of the terrific work both inside and out! Since this photo was taken there have been some major changes to the exterior at the end of last summer.

 

I hope everyone has a great weekend! Thanks for visiting!

 

 

20 Comments

  1. Great photo Rich and a stunning looking cabin, would just love to kick back in a place like that.
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  2. What a great looking place, Rich. I could just hang out there and relax all day, do a little grilln & chillin.

    Nice one!
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  3. Oh wow…what a great place. I believe that its the perfect place to “de-stress” Great shot Rich.
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  4. Looks like a great place to relax, Rich. A perfect place to think about when the weather drops up to 30 inches of snow!!
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  5. Beautiful Photo Rich! Looks so peaceful and relaxing! Seems like a nice place to get away from the world.

    • Thank you Stacy!

  6. This looks like a beautiful place to be.

  7. What a terrific place, Rich, so full of great character! Love the cabin and the lake (I assume?) it’s sitting on! What a great place to getaway from the gongshow of modern-day life!
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    • Thanks so much Toad!
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  8. Love the reflections, great scene Rich!
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  9. Looks like such a serene location Rich. The wind chill today in CT is in the single digits so this image is so inviting.
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  10. Now this is my kind of setting. I would so love to have my morning coffee or sip on my evening beer to that wonderful view. I bet the frogs sing like mad!
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  11. Wow this looks like a great place to escape from the stress of everyday life. How cool you helped build it.
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