June 9, 2009

To live in seclusion

Formerly, it was a village. Now, it is within the town borders.
The house is situated near the industrial estate from yesterday's photo. Very close to the Dunajec River (the photo was taken from the bank of the river).

13 comments:

PAK said...

Trudno mi się przyzwyczaić do drewnianych domów -- łapałem się na tym parę dni temu w Tyńcu. Owszem, mieszkam w części miasta, która jeszcze kilkadziesiąt lat temu była podmiejską wsią. Ale tam raczej się murowało niż stawiało domy z drewna.

(Oczywiście jest skansen, ale wiadomo -- skansen, to skanen.)

Fio said...

Dym z komina - znaczy, że życie kwitnie!
Kocham takie klimaty :)

nobu said...

What a peaceful and beautiful scenery!!
I love it.

Cezar and Léia said...

wow and people still living there!But poor house, it looks so unused !
Léia

James said...

I can picture chickens running around that old house. Great stuff.

cieldequimper said...

Super shot, the smoke out of the chimney makes it cosy. I sometimes think it would be nice to seclude oneself.

joo said...

Ja pamiętam takie chałupki nad Łubinką! Mają swój urok:)

glasgowdailyphoto said...

I don't know what it's like in Poland, but in Romania the houses I've seen like this have been those of very poor people with very little, and no money to renovate the house.

This is a fabulous photo :)

Jackie

bfarr said...

That could be Alabama, USA : )

Vogon Poet said...

This image is so timeless and a bit sad, but surely effective.

Jacob said...

That house has got to be very, very old. I wonder if it is cold inside during the winter. Certainly is a beautiful setting, though...

Very nice photo m_m!

Jupp said...

Beautiful photo . Congratulations

glduro_marieloupe said...

Beautiful! Its reminds me the houses of my hometown in southern Brazil, where there were many immigrants from Eastern Europe! Most houses were of pine wood, being cheaper and faster to be made.

Thanks for posted this wonderful picture!

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glduro