Continuing our photo series of the sheds of Brookland is this one we spotted near Yes! organic market. I thought it was unusual because of the stucco exterior, you don’t see that too often. I also dig the colors and the framing around widow, giving a house-like appearance.
This is the 6th installment of my series on Brookland’s sheds. Let’s be honest, sometimes I just have shed-envy. Such is the case here, I just love this shed because of the angular roof with the awesome natural-light “windows”. I also love the red door as a contrast to the white and green. Yes, I am all about this shed!
Our photo series of Brookland sheds continues with this whimsical one near Girard and 10th NE.
This installment of our ongoing photo series of Brookland sheds should be called the “mystery edition”. I saw this group of “sheds” while I was walking down the alley next to Yes! Organics. I was so intrigued! I can’t tell if they are actually sheds, obviously they are very old. I wish I knew what their function was/is. They are too narrow to be garages, besides the doors are not garage doors. They seem to be associated with one (vacant) lot – so why not one big shed instead of 6 distinct “sheds”? 3 of them are still numbered – so perhaps they were assigned to a person – or my guess – they were horse stables? I don’t know a lot about stables, so I could be way off with that guess. Anyone out there know anything about them, or have a better guess?
This is an ongoing series of photos where I get to indulge in shed-envy. I just love this little guy because of the colors – green, cobalt and terra-cotta. I find the worn part of the door exposing the color underneath in charming juxtaposition with the straight lines and angles of the rest of the shed.