House Close-Ups

Here are three close-up compositions of portions of an 1800s era vintage house, now serving as a historical and visitor’s center in Yancyville, North Carolina. In case you wonder what the metal “S-shaped” object is … it serves to hold one side of a wooden shutter against the side of the house. When it was to be closed, one just moved the attachment. And yes, I framed the front screen door to give it a “cross” shape. Nice if it was on a church. The last image caught my eye with the wooden scroll work at the peak of the house. Lots to photograph … if you just look closely.




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