Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Winter vs. Summer

Winter vs. Summer

Continuing with my diptych series where I combine two photos to show two different seasons. This beautifully renovated house can be found at Ålsta in Tungelsta. The house looked like it was haunted for many years, and there was a few stories circulating about the family that used to live there. Today it's a different story. The new owners (the guy is a photographer), have done a great job rebuilding the house. These two archive photos shows the difference between summer and winter.

17 comments:

Gunn White said...

What a pretty house,- all year round! :-)

Don and Krise said...

A cute house, and what looks to be a pretty nice yard to go with it. A gardener like myself could be pretty comfortable there.

Amy said...

now THAT'S my type of house, lovely! Wish we got snow here.

roentarre said...

So cleverly done with such a good contrast

Olivier said...

superbe série, je préfère l'hiver.

brattcat said...

Such a clever shot. I wonder what it looks like at this precise moment. Is there snow on it yet?

Steffe said...

It's around 8 C at the moment. We had some rain earlier in the day. No snow. It's been way too warm for that.

Lois said...

How pretty! I like these comparison shots.

Halcyon said...

I love this effect. And the house does look to be wonderfully restored.

lemon said...

You are an artist Steffe, I like your photos so much!

JM said...

What a brilliant idea, Steffe! Great job!

Tinsie said...

Fab shot! I love the contrast between winter and summer :-)

Steffe said...

Thanks all. This view has improved a bit the last few years as the abandoned plant nursery in front of the house is now gone.

BlossomFlowerGirl said...

What a difference a season makes. This is an excellent piece of work. Very clever.
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Vogon Poet said...

Tis is almost perfect. I begin to like this diptych idea, but I think it's quite difficult to realize...

Steffe said...

You have to remember from where to shoot. I'm pretty good at that these days, practise makes perfect!

heph said...

nice captures