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13-Jul-2022 Lynn H

1110 Sealy

Galveston Island, Texas

Roofline and architectural details.
In 1887, this home was built for Sarah E. Bennett, the widowed daughter of Alexander Allen.
Allen, who lived on the same block was called the “founder of the marble business in Texas”, having established a marble yard in 1852.

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Mieke WA Minkjan16-Aug-2022 09:24
like the looking up photo and the wind vane V
Doug Cruden14-Aug-2022 14:46
Lovely mix of angles, shapes, lines and textures...well seen Lynn
larose forest photos11-Aug-2022 19:49
Clever composition to show off the weather vane and the beautiful details of the rooflines. V
Julie Oldfield11-Aug-2022 01:06
Really fine architectural detail. V
Graeme10-Aug-2022 13:16
A very nice weather vane and balconies, Lynn.V
Charlene Ambrose10-Aug-2022 05:54
Nice image of the architectural details. V
carol j. phipps10-Aug-2022 04:13
Makes an interesting composition, Lynn.
Pieter Bos09-Aug-2022 21:55
Interesting elements. ~V
Liz Bickel09-Aug-2022 18:26
Love the detail on the historic homes in your area. Well captured. Such homes are so pretty with a lot of character. Interesting history of this house, too.
Nick Paoni09-Aug-2022 17:56
Lots of interesting elements and my favorite is the weathervane.
Dennis Hoyne09-Aug-2022 16:45
A great shot of these house details, I love that weather vane.
Walter Otto Koenig09-Aug-2022 13:32
Very nice detail shot. "V"
Helen Betts09-Aug-2022 13:19
Great POV and composition for this beautiful old house. V.
joseantonio09-Aug-2022 11:00
nice closeup detail of this beautiful and elegant house.V.