Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Live Wall


Home at Oeiras

20 comments:

Kate said...

The angle of the shot is perfect to show the pattern of that beautiful greenery!

Sami said...

Beautiful! It must make the house very cool in summer too.

Lois said...

How pretty! I suppose it also provides and extra layer of insulation.

Lowell said...

That's so beautiful. But doesn't it hurt the stucco and don't all those vines carry bugs. We have a vine creeping over our house on the other side of Ocala, but when you pulled it off the paint and stucco came with it. This is such a gorgeous home, though.

VP said...

You said it: that is alive and really beautiful. I only hope it is not... inhabited!

TexWisGirl said...

how beautiful!

Ceciel said...

No more windows soon !

Judy said...

I like vine covered buildings. Gorgeous!

Sylvia K said...

That is beautiful, Jose!! Love that rich green color! I'm sure it does help keep the house cool! Wonderful capture as always!!

Sharon Anck said...

Oh wow, this is beautiful.

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

It looks beautiful but I wonder how much damage it is doing to the roof tiles!! Great shot. Take care Diane

Photo Cache said...

i like ivy covered facades. they have that English mansion feel.

Babzy said...

beautiful effect :)

RedPat said...

Beautiful! It creates such a nice environment around the house.

bailey-road.com said...

That's so pretty!

William Kendall said...

Lovely, though you do wonder about the effect of the ivy on the wall.

Jack said...

This is beautiful. There was a house near my childhood home that looked a lot like this, so today's photo brought me old memories.

Randy said...

Beautiful vine.

ladyfi said...

So lush and very pretty!

LOLfromPasa said...

Lush and gorgeous!