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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by B_FruitFly, Sep 22, 2008.
Anyone have an amazing view of anything from your home?
Show with pics?
My yard.....what a change from last year!
View of Russia from my deck... :fing02: :sgrin: Even though she's my choice I just couldn't resist
I don't have any pics, but picture this in your mind...
there are 3 big houses in my view, one on the left & 2 on the right...in the middle there's a quiet, tree-lined street...it looks almost like a park.
I used to check this guy out with my cheap binoculars. I think he even knew I watched. He'd undress right in front of the window and masturbate on his bed. Then after he rubbed it all over his chest he would take his underpants and wipe him self off ending with rubbing his ass crack with them and then he'd smell them. I swear we passed each other one day and he was riding his bike because he gave me this big smile, to this day I don't know if it was really him or what ever became of him. Thats life, sometimes you lose.
The best view from my house is on a clear night, looking straight up - there is so little light pollution around here the night sky is just breathtaking.
But I can't get a photo of that with the equipment I have so here is the view out the back of my house.
I have a nice view of a cove, some marshes, and the Halifax River [which separates Daytona mainland from Daytona peninsula].
One of the benefits of shorter days is getting to see the sunrise.
I miss the home I grew up in...
This are mine:
First pic --> view from our house to the garden, few houses around us.
Second pic --> veiw from ou garden to our house, few neighbours.
That's a beautiful house and garden, Pieter!
I love everyones landscape. But... I just adore a penthouse view. Dahling I LOVE YOU. but give me Park Avenue!
They are all fantastic and the NY one is stunning!!!
Here's mine... front view and back view!
Here's the view from my little deck at the beach. It's so chill.
Wow!, some of these pics should be framed, they are great :smile: and i feel jealous:frown1:.
Seriously, my home used to look out onto a small victorian church with trees, cobbled path and a big beautiful stained glass window, it also had a park at the side with victorian gates- i loved it , even on a Sunday morning when the bells would be ringing.
It has since been knocked down and turned into a Mosque, part of the park has been turned into the carpark - i guess thats what they call progress, but its not the same.
Here are some from my home in Brienz 7084CH, but I must get a better camera
I live at the base of Mt. Sugarloaf in Western Massachusetts. I don't have a digital camera to take pics with, but here's what I found on the Web:
From this angle, I live on the right (West) side of the mountain, so my view is different.
Here's a pic from the East side.
And here are a couple of views from the South. The 2nd pic was taken in 1910...it looks a bit different now.
Here's a view from the top of the mountain. I drive over this bridge every morning on my way to work. That's the Connecticut River.
Here's a view of the tower at the top of the mountain. In the winter when the trees are bare, I can see the tower from my living room, and in December they decorate it with lights. In the summer, I can only see the flag.
Image:Observation Deck, Mt Sugarloaf, South Deerfield MA.JPG - Wikimedia Commons
i live in Louisiana along the Teche Bayou. everybody that comes over for a visit loves it here. i live downtown, but it doesn't seem like it when you're here at my house. there are trees all around and the bayou is very serene. you don't get the feeling that you're in town. we have this little shed with a bench and some chairs in it that we all like to hang out in. we open the windows and the door and can see the bayou from it. it's so peaceful.
it's a little flooded from Gustav. it normally isn't that close to our house. last year i saw a gator swimming by. it was neat. :smile:
i'll have to take some pics when the bayou is back where it usually is.
I live in a high rise apartment in Brisbane, Australia. Awesome views of the river and the surrounding suburbs. Also good for when we get fireworks...