There has been quite an up surge in interest
in small buildings these last few years and that is good
as I have always been a proponent of small is beautiful.
So here are a few to consider.
The building above was probably an old stable or carriage house
when first built but has kept up with the times and is now a garage.
Today it is behind an older residence that has changed over to an office building.
It is near downtown Winchester, Virginia
and is something I have walked by for a good part of my life.
I love the color and design.
This stone building is in Eureka Springs, Arkansas
and is part of a group of similar ones used for vacation rentals.
The building above was at the campground
where we stayed in Guanajuato, Guanajuato, Mexico.
It housed the bathrooms and for some reason it always appealed to me.
This beautiful and historic stone building
is in the small village of Zirosta, Michoacan, Mexico.
This is the writer's studio in the round, in Alamos, Sonora, Mexico.
The writer is Paul Molyneaux with his family.
And finally, this adobe casita is near the Rio Grande River
in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
For more small buildings click on the label in the right sidebar.