2010/09/16

Adolf's house on film, Part XIV



12 comments:

  1. I love the way in which many (old?) windows in sweden can be closed, as you can see in the first photo. Great system. :) Besides that, lovely photo's.

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  2. I've said it before, but you should make an Adolf's house book! It would be so beautiful. What do you think Adolf would think of it?

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  3. Johan looks so sad in the 2nd picture! Is the house still "alive"?

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  4. That last image is so beautiful and haunting. And I'm swooning a little over the appliances.

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  5. the first one is charming, it looks like johan is waiting for something magical

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  6. Jag älskar den första bilden.

    Har Adolf varit och tagit farväl av sitt hus sedan han flyttade?

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  7. wow, it's beautiful to see some "inhabitated" photos of the house. so different. the first shot is really wonderful.

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  8. Vad fint att lill-Adolf tar sig ett glas vid köksbordet.

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  9. Hi Sandra,

    Did you see "you" are on
    allthemountains.blogspot?

    xx

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  10. You know, it's amazing to me how forlorn Adolf's house should look, but you're always able to capture a happy spirit in your photos.

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  11. Beautiful blog!! loved my visit, great photos, love the soft color

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  12. what a wonderful place to photograph... full of inspiration

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