28 July, 2020

enclosure

looks like it's made of aluminum roofing pieces


32 comments:

  1. Hi Bill.

    Maybe a shelter for animals.

    Greetings from Patricia.

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  2. My husband has a similar enclosure on the back corner of our property to store his yard tools in.

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  3. Just your local dinner I guess.

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  4. ...this is taking tiny house living to the extreme.

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  5. I imagine detailed engineering plans would have been submitted to the local authorities to have a building permit issued!

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  6. Spooky. But at least warm in 22C, that we only have here...
    A nice day to you, Bill :-)

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  7. Hello,
    I like the view without the structure. Have a great day!

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  8. Reminds me of "The Cooler" in the movie "The Great Escape". What can I say... I have an imagination that runs wild.

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  9. Looks Like An After Thought For Sure - Pretty Cool Shot Mr Bill

    Cheers

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  10. Someone can build a nice house in this beautiful property!
    Lovely scenery Bill and great capture! Enjoy your day! Stay safe!
    Dimi...

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  11. You are so right...though it may have a few supports under the roofing material. Good view though!

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  12. Storage area? Love the setting.

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  13. I like it!A little hut surrounded by beautiful nature :)

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  14. A tin shed, looks sturdy enough.

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  15. I wonder what it's used for.

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  16. Now that's what you call rustic Bill 😉

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  17. Maybe it's a shelter for sheep.

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  18. I'd love that in my backyard

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  19. I would like to think that it is like a palace inside, Bill! Wouldn't that be fun!

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  20. Looks like some left over material was just right to make the shed!

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  21. As long as it keeps the things inside dry, it's a win!

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  22. Where is the door ... green door! Green door!

    God bless.

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  23. I do like the setting.
    I wonder what may be kept in there ...

    All the best Jan

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  24. Looks like something you would regularly see here in NZ.

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  25. Wonder what is so precious in there that needs to be kept in an enclosure.

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  26. Interesting! I see evidence of grazing. I wonder if it's open on one side as a shelter for a small animal.

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  27. Well dang, I enclose it too---LOL
    MB

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