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14-Jan-2018 T.A.LeRoy


Monreal, Germany

Half timbered house built in 1676 because of its unusual shape called "The Ship"

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Yohanan David24-Jan-2018 15:17
Wonderful image of this old place! v
Zoltán Balogh20-Jan-2018 14:47
So beautiful. V
Milan Vogrin19-Jan-2018 22:04
Buz Kiefer19-Jan-2018 20:14
Most unusual and unique. Nicely composed photo with the stream and road framing the unusual home. V
Carl Carbone19-Jan-2018 15:14
That is really cool! I wonder what the living space is like inside? Nice capture.
Fong Lam19-Jan-2018 12:57
Love these "warped" but simply charming houses....good view point to capture so many wonderful details...V
Nirvan Hope18-Jan-2018 23:56
A fairytale of a scene. I wonder what the interior rooms are like! Excellent capturing both the creek and the street with the unique ship sailing down the middle.
Wim Ensie18-Jan-2018 21:37
So beautiful old Germany, good to see and great shot Tom!
Colin Storey18-Jan-2018 19:33
Really like this composition with the different styles of houses on either side.
Nestor Derkach18-Jan-2018 16:57
Nice small town photograph love the style of homes.
Point of view very organized.
Pin sharp work.
Tom Munson18-Jan-2018 16:34
Great shot Tom, of this amazing home.
Irene Wehrli18-Jan-2018 15:25
It really is a spectacular house, it looks at first sight like it would be "distorted"...
Chris Picard18-Jan-2018 14:29
Terrific POV Tom. Must be fun traveling the world with your camera. V
Pepe Lugash18-Jan-2018 12:16
What a beautiful scene. It's a whole different world! BV
marie-jose wolff18-Jan-2018 10:24
a wonderful little town, I love the shape of this half timbered house! V
Yvonne18-Jan-2018 09:50
A wonderful scene, the housing has so much character.. v
Ceya18-Jan-2018 09:22
Very creative timber work there! :) Great composition. Excellent shot, so much to see! V!
Paco López18-Jan-2018 05:21
Fantastic place and shot! V!
Gill Kopy18-Jan-2018 03:00
So amazing how the timbers have lasted. Super shot of this old town V
Bryan Murahashi18-Jan-2018 01:42
Like the warped woodwork. Very interesting and eye-catching home.
Isabel Cutler18-Jan-2018 00:15
Lovely! Don't you wish all power lines were underground? I cheat sometimes and edit them out!
Hank Vander Velde17-Jan-2018 21:44
Interesting house well captured Tom.
joseantonio17-Jan-2018 20:45
so much to enjoy in this beautiful composition.V.
Pierre Martin17-Jan-2018 20:42
your right an unusuel shape, beautiful picture!
Guest 17-Jan-2018 20:29
Quaint and eye-catching. A great find, Tom.
Marco Valk17-Jan-2018 18:13
Great find. Well composed image.
Jeff Real17-Jan-2018 17:09
This composition really gives me a wonderful feel for this place
Blandine Mangin17-Jan-2018 16:27
very beautiful houses ! v
Walter Otto Koenig17-Jan-2018 16:17
Great shot, so well composed to show the acute angle and the shifting of the house. Super sharp too. Admire your processing work. "V"
laine17-Jan-2018 16:12
I love the quirkiness...absolutely appealing to me. V
Helen Betts17-Jan-2018 15:58
Fascinating house in great color, well captured from this POV. V.
Pieter Bos17-Jan-2018 15:40
Very well composed, Tom! ~V
cobler17-Jan-2018 15:27
So much for straight lines....great capture, Tom.....V
Nick Paoni17-Jan-2018 15:11
All of the architecture here is so interesting, but the ship is clearly the star. Your POV really nailed its unusual shape. Nice work.
Jim Coffman17-Jan-2018 14:56
What a great image and your composition is simply outstanding!!
Claude Gagnon17-Jan-2018 14:48
Wow, so special!! Great presentation Tom :)) V
Dwight Rankine17-Jan-2018 14:40
Beautiful and interesting image.
Neil Marcus17-Jan-2018 14:30
There is so much interesting facets of this image to enjoy. This should be in National Geographic magazine. Big Vote
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