That could have been taken in Scotland Dianne!
It's nice - does anyone live there? I love your header picture by the way, is it lotuses?
Jenny:- No the cottage is furnished as it would have been in the 1800's but no-one actually lives there.Yes - they are lotus flowers!
A beautiful image, looks like a Irish film set.
What a little darling! A pity about the salt damp.
Oh that looks like a fairytale cottage in the woods, love it with the softened edges Dianne, beautiful.
I would never have guessed this was in Australia!
Beautiful and like the way you have treated the image Dianne.
Very arty. Isn't it gorgeous.
This is very reminiscent of a crofter's cottage in the Highlands of Scotland. The softened edges do add to the quality of the photo.
What a nice looking cottage:)
My immediate thought was a peat-cutter's cottage in Ireland. But whether it looks Irish or Scottish it's still a lovely, romantic image.
Is this now part of a museum?
EG Wow:- This workman's cottage is located on a station property in rural South Australia - it has been maintained in it's original state so that visitors to the station can see how an average farm family lived in the 1800's. This cottage also featured in the Australian edition of "Survivor"'which was filmed near to here.
Lovely old structure.
How dreamy and romantic! Love the selective focus or tilt-shift or whatever you did to make it look so magical.
Love this bush cottage. It looks like it should be set in England. Is it still in use?
Thank you everyone - I loved this little cottage in the bush and I'm so pleased you liked it also!Have a wonderful week-end!
I discovered this link after commenting on your beauitiful reflection photo for Skywatch Friday. What a beautiful little cottage!! Lovely edit too.
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