Do you ever feel awkward about taking pictures of other people's houses?
As bloggers this can be a common practice, but I often wonder what non-bloggers think of it.
While attending a historic homes tour recently this house caught my eye. It wasn't on the tour. Just one of the homes we passed by.
I love the way it has been decorated for fall and was compelled to snap a quick picture.
Once I got home and uploaded my photos, I was thankful for the crop feature which allowed me a closer look at the details.
This interesting pumpkin man and a few well placed leaves make a charming welcome on the front door.
To the right of the door sits an artistic vignette.
I would never think to do something like this, but I love everything about it.
I wonder if that coppery little pumpkin has been spray painted?
To the left of the door.
Some more of those coppery pumpkins in an amazingly huge cornucopia. Gorgeous!!! I can't imagine where you would find one that size.
The crow in the tree is something I could imagine being able to do quite easily.
One more look at the entire porch.
See the mini pumpkins above the door. So sweet.
I also love the painted steps and lace curtains.
After taking the time to decorate so nicely, I somehow don't think this homeowner would mind seeing people snap a picture.
However, since I feel a little shy about doing so I'm happy to be able to do a bit of cropping in order to check out the details better. I think that is preferable to standing in front of her house gawking for too long.
I'm off to plant bulbs today.
Tulips and pink daffodils and a couple of amaryllis for the inside.
Hope your day is a HAPPY one.