Thursday, April 20, 2017

Back Down to Earth


After a week of touring the gardens of all those luxury homes, I thought it would be good to come back down to earth with something a little more humble.  I found this home in the Coronado Historic District.  I don't think a landscaper designed this yard.  I think it's strictly a creation of the homeowner.  It might look a little jumbled to the passer-by but, I bet everything in that yard is important to someone.

12 comments:

Christine said...

I like its rustic honesty and beauty is in the eye of the beholder!

Lowell said...

Looks rather like our neighbor's back yard! Actually, I like this because I don't see any grass to cut or worry about!

Steve Reed said...

It looks lived-in and has character. I like it!

Judy said...

It's not how big or fancy your home is, It's how happy you are living there. I bet the people in this house are at least as happy as the ones in the other houses.

RedPat said...

Quite a difference but I bet they know every plant there, Sharon!

William Kendall said...

I like it. It has character!

bill burke said...

This house sure is different and I like it. It seems simple and lived in.

Lois said...

I like it too! Probably a lot of love went into that place.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

They say every man's home is his castle Sharon, this is a castle with character ☺

Thérèse said...

You are right. I like the color chosen for the house walls.

Kate said...

The landscaping appears to obscure the front of the house. I'm curious about the architecture.

Jack said...

After I have a run of photographing grand stuff, I also feel the need to mix it up with something far more modest. like this. Wouldn't it be interesting to learn if the rich folks are happier or less happy than the residents of this place?