Speechless Sunday: Architectural Details

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Speechless Sunday:  Architectural Details

It's really fun to walk through some of Washington's historic neighborhoods looking at those little touches that make these old places so interesting.  I took this in Georgetown.  I've passed this house a bunch of times.  I'm not sure what the roof is made of.  It looks like some sort of metal.  It's probably not copper because there is no oxidation. 

Then there is the brickwork under the window - you see a lot of this in the homes built around the late 1800's. 

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Ellen Caruso
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They surely do add dimension and detail. Nothing like it!

October 03, 2010 06:04 PM
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Nice to see different types of architecture from different parts of the country...thanks

October 03, 2010 06:06 PM
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You do see this roof style in Europe...

A great picture.

October 03, 2010 06:15 PM
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Patricia, a wonderful picture. You have a good eye. Unfortunately I am not versed in architecturre, and I do  not "read" the buildings

 

October 03, 2010 07:50 PM
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Love the different textures in the photo. You take very beautiful photos!

October 03, 2010 08:09 PM
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Lou Ludwig
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Pat

Both Washington and Georgetown is rich in architectural detail.

Good luck and success.

Lou Ludwig

October 03, 2010 09:06 PM
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Pat - I love looking at the architectural details of homes, especially in the city, even if I don't necessarly know what it's called, the history, etc.  Perhaps we need a new group called Historical Details!

Jeff

October 03, 2010 10:14 PM
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Michelle Gibson
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Pat - Another great shot!  I absolutely love seeing all the pictures you post, I think you post some of the best pictures here in the rain. 

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Pat - I have to agree that the roof is indeed interesting! DC is such a beautiful city!!!

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