Autumn houses

autumn cabin

Here at House Crazy, autumn is a favorite season. Halloween, Thanksgiving, corn mazes, and of course, going overboard with pumpkin decorations. The light is elongated and the hues become earthy and intense. Fall just feels spooky and special – at least when you live in an old house like I do.

So I thought I would do a mini-fall equinox celebration by featuring some photos of houses and cabins in all their autumn glory.

image from: H Sundholm (henriksundholm.com) on Flickr

image from: H Sundholm (henriksundholm.com) on Flickr

I don’t have photo credits for all of these pictures because many of them I just found randomly posted in Fabcebook and Pinterest with no source mentioned. So forgive me if I just popped in a few with no link-backs – like this one: autumn house

I will now bow out and let you feast your eyes on these gloriously autumnal abodes….

image from: pumpkinseason.tumblr.com

image from: pumpkinseason.tumblr.com

autumn house

image from: Visitindulgy.com

image from: Visitindulgy.com

Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater House in Bear Run, PA

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater House in Bear Run, PA

image from: farm4.staticflickr.com

image from: farm4.staticflickr.com

image from: love--goddess.tumblr.com

image from: love–goddess.tumblr.com

autumn house

autumn house

image from: toppics.ozziesworld.com

image from: toppics.ozziesworld.com

autumn house

image from: Day's Photography & Photo Art on Flickr

image from: Day’s Photography & Photo Art on Flickr

image from: autumncozy.tumblr.com

image from: autumncozy.tumblr.com

image from: thechive.com

image from: thechive.com

image from: 24.media.tumblr.com

image from: 24.media.tumblr.com

autumn house

image from: asphaltflowers.wordpress.com

image from: asphaltflowers.wordpress.com

autumn house

 

And finally, after all the brilliant leaves have fallen, we are left with this sad scene:

image from: clavicle-moundshroud.tumblr.com

image from: clavicle-moundshroud.tumblr.com

 

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