Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Miss Mermaid


I grabbed my camera and headed to town.


How I adore Miss Mermaid atop this old home.

These homes are from waaay back when pirates came to shore...

soooo romantic.... I can imagine Elizabeth Swann in a white flowy dress standing on that balcony

looking towards the water, waiting for Jack Sparrow to come back from the sea.... (sigh)




This is her view...




It's Outdoor Wednesday hosted by the wonderful Susan at a Southern Daydreamer & Waterside Wednesday,hosted by Barbara Jacksier &Watery Wednesday , and hooked on houses.

34 comments:

Roberta said...

The simple but elegant details of this house are outstanding! So beautiful!!! That roof!

Jboo said...

Cool photos! Love that mermaid!

Janet

ChrisC and JonJ said...

I love the mermaid!!!!

Drawn to The Sea said...

A little hard to tell, but I think I detect a hint of blue in the ceilings? I love that seaside tradition.

~Julia

Katherine Aucoin said...

Grogeous photos, I really like the mermaid too!

Cass @ That Old House said...

What a charming house! How filled with beautiful light it must be.
Cass

g.suzie said...

Great pictures, it looks so peaceful, love the header to btw!
Have a super day1

Jo said...

How lovely {and romantic}! If only I had such a view from my perch.

Jo

kden said...

I love your header shot, the perfect beach photo. Love the cute little mermaid. I also love the beach but it takes a full day's drive to find one for me. I have a shot of the Pacific today.

tara said...

GORGEOUS~ I want that view someday...that is my goal...I love old victorian houses like that as well, seems so much history living inside! Great photo~

Cinnamon Girl aka Reeni♥ said...

How beautiful! I love the mermaid!

Pam said...

Great photos - love the mermaid.

Thoughtfully blended hearts said...

Love these photos...and that old home is divine...

Maggie B said...

The mermaid weathervane is delightful, and the house so romantic.
a bientot
Maggie

Pat said...

How can you go wrong with a view like that, right? Just beautiful! And I love that mermaid weathervane!

Claudia@DipityRoad said...

Such a great sharing!

Your music in the back ground made me think Captain Jack was going to ride up on a ship!

Love the mermaid-- great capture.

If you get a chance please stop by and say hi!

TTFN~~Claudia ♥ ♥

Natashya KitchenPuppies said...

I know I have said it before.. but I want to live where you live!
Happy belated birthday. There seems to be a lot of us September gals!

Mary said...

I love the images you selected to share with us today. The weather vane is unique in my experience. She - the mermaid - is perfect for that location. Have a wonderful day.

LuLu said...

so romantic. What history the home must have.
xo,
LuLu

eileeninmd said...

Wonderful post, great photos of the house and the view. I like the feet photo too!

bettyl said...

Great shots! And good eye to spot her!

Ms. Bake-it said...

Gorgeous photos! I love the mermaid wind vane!

Thank you for sharing them with us!

~ Tracy

Jane said...

Lovely! That mermaid weathervane is delightful. Great photos.
Jane (artfully graced)

Jeanne Selep said...

The Pirates of the Caribbean movies are some of my favorite.

Meta said...

That home reminds me of Charleston looking out over the bay....so peaceful!! :)

Meta

Julie@beingRUBY said...

Hi There
Just popped over from Barabara's blog. Love that mermaid.. so cute.. and these homes are very desirable... just what i need!

jan celiz-magtoto said...

hey queen. thankies for dropping by my blog. i had a fun time checking out both your blogs too! really interesting, especially seeing bebe's jump photos. amazing ability she got there!

by the way. i love your header on this blog! -bits & pieces

Barbara Jacksier said...

I'm so jealous. I wish I could take a stroll and visit a stunning mermaid.

Jen R. said...

Love those pics. That mermaid is fabulous!

~Kathie~ said...

Beautiful pictures!

Fifi Flowers said...

BEAUTIFUL photos... I LOVE that green roof!!! FAB!

My Carolina Kitchen said...

What a beautiful home. It's fun to imagine the lives of the lucky people who lived here.
Sam

Teresa @ Grammy Girlfriend said...

Beautiful pictures....I had just a few minutes to blog hop tonight....
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K-Sue said...

What a cute little mermaid! I like it that she is kinda plumpish - I mean, compared to Daryl Hannah. Hmmm...we are about 55 minutes from the beach, and the weather is still plenty warm around here - I want to go play!

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